Chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates Was Told Steve Scully’s Twitter Accounted Was Hacked
Late Thursday night, Steve Scully, who was tapped to moderate the next presidential debate (which is currently not happening after Trump refused to participate due to a switch from an in-person debate to a virtual format), appeared to accidentally send a private message to Trump-hater Anthony Scaramucci, asking how he should respond to Trump.
SO much drama.
Anyway, Frank Fahrenkopf, Chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates joined Fox News host Brian Kilmeade’s radio show Friday morning, where he discussed the latest presidential debate dust up and addressed Scully’s tweet.
Fahrenkopf says he was told that Scully’s Twitter account was hacked. You can listen to the interview here.
Will have to pass on that one because that dog don’t hunt. Hacked? Really?
You know who else claimed they were hacked? Anthony Weiner. Just sayin’.
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