Upcoming senior director of strategic communications for the National Security of Council Trump’s team is caught in trouble after her tweet in advocacy of Russia hacking attempt goes viral in news, and now after her position has announced officially in upcoming Trump’s team, her tweet dragged her in controversy, her tweets received critics from her followers for favoring Russian’s government for this malicious attempt which made US-Presidential Election illegitimate and controversial.
Donald Trump’s choice for senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council is facing severe criticism for her tweet, her tweet resurfaced in news this week that Putin was involved in email hack. Once suggested Russian President Vladimir Putin should hack former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s emails.
This June, Monica Crowley tweeted a Daily Caller article that reported that the State Department wouldn’t release Clinton’s emails for 27 months.
She wrote in her tweet, “I guess Putin is going to have to do it.”
Her message received criticism from followers on Twitter, who after her new role was announced wrote that a senior member of the National Security Council shouldn’t advocate for Russia to hack emails.
The tweet was also resurfaced in light of Thursday’s news that US intelligence shows the hacked emails during the 2016 election were carried out with sophisticated hacking tools, the equivalent of those used by the US National Security Agency. The use of the advanced tools suggests Putin was involved in the hacks.
This isn’t the first time Crowley has faced criticism for her tweets. In October 2015, she tweeted what appeared to be a message of support for Trump’s plan to build a wall between the US and Mexico with a photo of her standing next to what was left of the Berlin Wall.