…ial Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russians associated with the Internet Research Agency definitively shows, given current evidence, that while a small team in St. Petersburg ran a successful audience development campaign mostly on behalf of Trump, that campaign was neither targeted nor sizable enough to change the election’s result.
Alexis C. Madrigal
Half true. Far more than an audience campaign; current evidence (I presume you meant “indictment language) involved identity fraud, fraudulent bank transfers, shell companies, and resident collaboration. It was a negative campaign against Hillary that was also pro-Bernie, pro-Stein, pro-Johnson/Weld, pro-Cruz at some points. The “audience development … on behalf of Trump” was an important consequence of the former.