Did The Atlantic Prove WikiLeaks Considered Itself ‘Pro-Trump, Pro-Russia’?

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Hit and Run

Julia Ioffe of The Atlantic seems to have succeeded in convincing the world that WikiLeaks was, and admitted to being, “pro-Trump, pro-Russia.”

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Her article is based on a series of Twitter direct messages between a WikiLeaks account and Donald Trump Jr., messages that had been leaked to Ioffe and also are in the hands of congressional investigators. They show the WikiLeaks folks both giving information to and requesting information from Trump Jr. (though both parties often ignore each other, and clearly give nothing beyond what would clearly benefit their own interests).

At one point, the WikiLeaks account asks Trump Jr. basically to leak them things that might harm Trump himself: some of his tax returns. Why would Jr. want to do that? WikiLeaks suggests: “That means that the vast amount of stuff that we are publishing on Clinton will have much

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