Matt Drudge, author of the "Drudge Report," a daily barrage of breaking news, gossip and politics available on the internet, claimed on Twitter that the U.S. government may be attacking his website, though he offered no proof and his site is still active as of Thursday night.
Matt Drudge, author of the "Drudge Report," a daily barrage of breaking news, gossip and politics available on the internet, claimed on Twitter that the U.S. government may be attacking his website, though he offered no proof and his site is still active as of Thursday night. KHUE BUI ASSOCIATED PRESS
Matt Drudge, author of the "Drudge Report," a daily barrage of breaking news, gossip and politics available on the internet, claimed on Twitter that the U.S. government may be attacking his website, though he offered no proof and his site is still active as of Thursday night. KHUE BUI ASSOCIATED PRESS

Matt Drudge suggests US government behind cyberattack on ‘Drudge Report’

December 29, 2016 9:30 PM

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