Slate.com and others are making accusations about Alfa bank (a large international Russian bank) and Donald Trump, implying that Trump had a personal server that was communicating with Alfa bank.
When investigated by a independent security company Mandiant. The findings debunked the slate.com false claim and possible slander
Mandiant, one of the world’s foremost cyber security experts, investigated and it has found nothing to the allegations. (This is the company that exposed the hacking by China).
Read Alfa Banks pointed response to these these allegations.
Response by Alfa bank
“Alfa hired Mandiant, one of the world’s foremost cyber security experts, to investigate and it has found nothing to the allegations. I hope the below answers respond clearly to your questions. Neither Alfa Bank nor its principals, including Mikhail Fridman and Petr Aven, have or have had any contact with Mr. Trump or his organizations. Fridman and Aven have never met Mr. Trump nor have they or Alfa Bank had any business dealings with him. Neither Alfa nor its officers have sent Mr. Trump or his organizations any emails, information or money. Alfa Bank does not have and has never had any special or exclusive internet connection with Mr. Trump or his entities. The assertion of a special or private link is patently false”.
Reviewing articles on slate.com, it is obvious to me that they are bias against Trump…Check them out. See if you agree with me.
Having a bias is not uncommon, but creating false narratives to the detriment of an individual person or in this case a candidate is wrong and might be considered slanderous.