Donald Trump claimed early Wednesday that China had hacked Hillary Clinton's emails but offered no evidence to support his allegation.
Shortly after midnight, the US President wrote in a tweet : Hillary Clinton's e-mails, many of which are classified information, were hacked by China "and demanded an indefinite action from the FBI and the Department of Justice.
Trump is currently conducting a trade war against China and has been against the investigation of Robert Mueller, the Special Adviser, who has been tasked with investigating possible links between the presidential election campaign and Russia.
The tweet followed suit Another Tuesday President's report in which he wrote that an unspecified report just released has "hacked Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server."
This wording was almost identical to the one of The Daily Caller's headline Published Report ̵
This investigation by Mr. Cohen was sent to the New York office of Mr. Miller, who has distributed portions of his investigation to other sections of the Judiciary Department to ensure that investigation into Trump's affairs continues, even if the President attempts to to dismiss the special adviser.