Hackers claim they’ve got Trump’s ‘dirty laundry’ — and demand $42 million ransom to keep it private

A group of hackers claim that they’ve obtained a pile of “dirty laundry” on President Donald Trump and are threatening to release it unless the law firm they stole it from forks over $42 million.

The New York Post reports that hacker group REvil launched a successful attack against celebrity law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks in which they swiped 756GB of data from the firm’s servers.


when she completed the online survey of symptoms, the site told her she didn’t qualify. 

“I have spoken to many people who have had the same experience,” said Hunt. “I reported my symptoms honestly, and I was not selected for testing.”

The episode might be unremarkable in a country where COVID-19 testing has been a global laughingstock if not for two things: Hunt is a Nebraska state senator, and she wanted to verify that the state’s choice for a testing program was effective.

Hunt still doesn’t know if she ever had COVID-19. But she does feel confident that her state’s test regime, the bizarre brainchild of Utah “tech bros” with a surreal assist from Iowa native Ashton Kutcher, is “the Fyre Fest of coronavirus testing,” as she told The Daily Beast.


Hunt was one of four state senators—along with Machaela Cavanaugh, Carol Blood, and Rick Kolowski—who recently called on GOP Gov. Pete Ricketts to cancel the state’s $27 million no-bid contract with TestNebraska. The deal, for 540,000 diagnostic tests, was negotiated in approximately four days

private jet company owned by a Trump donor got a bailout — this one for $20 million

Linking to a clip of a speech given by conservative gadfly Michelle Malkin complaining about censorship, the president wrote, “The Radical Left is in total command & control of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google. The Administration is working to remedy this illegal situation. Stay tuned, and send names & events. Thank you Michelle!”

Trump Bashes Reporter Rattled By Maskless Anti-Lockdown Protester

“Fake news is not essential,” tweets Trump about an event captured on video.