Kristin Salaky

Kristin is the Front Page Editor based in New York City. She is a graduate of Ohio University and her byline has been featured in Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. Follow her on Twitter @kristinsalaky.

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You'd be forgiven if the first thing you thought of at the mention of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani was not "cybersecurity expert."

But Donald Trump's transition team announced Thursday morning that Giuliani would be advising the President-elect on that subject.

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Following the publication of a dossier containing explosive and unverified info on Donald Trump and Russia, BBC News reported Wednesday that it originated in opposition research done by a former British intelligence officer working for a Super PAC supporting none other than Jeb Bush.

If that sounds like a too-good-to-be-true political plot twist, that's because maybe it is—a lawyer for the PAC told TPM it "had nothing to do with British Intelligence officers."

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While many of President-elect Donald Trump's former Republican rivals have fallen in line and supported him, one notable failed candidate is still pushing against the tide.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) quipped Tuesday night at the William Waldo Cameron Forum in Texas that he hopes Trump's wife, Melania, "steals" his phone so that he can't go on early-morning tweetstorms.

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The Twitter account for the Russian embassy in the United Kingdom tweeted out a picture Monday of Pepe the frog, the most prominent symbol of the white nationalist so-called "alt-right."

The tweet from @RussianEmbassy, featuring a cartoon embraced by white supremacists, seemed to chide critics for calling on British Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election during her upcoming meeting with President-elect Donald Trump:

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