On November 28, local time, according to CNN, Christopher Krebs, the former director of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Bureau, said that Trump’s dismissal of him through Twitter was not what he wanted. The way to leave.
Krebs said in an interview with CBS “60 Minutes” that he was not surprised at his being fired. He said, “What makes me most sad is that I didn’t have the opportunity to say goodbye to my team. “.
According to reports, Trump announced on Tuesday (17th) that Krebs will be terminated from the work of the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity department, “effective immediately”, and said, “The election on November 3 is American history. The safest one on the list, there is no evidence that any region has deleted or lost ballots, modified ballots and other frauds.”