It’s been reported that Russian hackers, who have broken into President Trump’s personal email account, are struggling to read the President’s messages as they find them ‘utterly incomprehensible’. 
It’s been reported that Russian hackers, who have broken into President Trump’s personal email account, are struggling to read the President’s messages as they find them ‘utterly incomprehensible’. 
 
A senior FBI source told The Spark that Trump’s email account was compromised by Russian intelligence ‘within two days of his inauguration’, as he had chosen to continue using an email address linked to a private server rather than setting up a Government account. However he added that FBI investigators, working with colleagues in the CIA, has discovered that the Russians have so far been unable to decipher any of Trump’s emails as they are unfamiliar with his interpretation of the English language. 
 
Figures within Russian intelligence, speaking anonymously, have confirmed the FBI’s account. A source told us that the Kremlin was ‘delighted’ when they broke into Trump’s account so quickly, but that so far they have been unable to comprehend a single email. The source went on to state that they were unsure what code the President was using, but that they did recognise ‘the occasional word of English’. 
 
The source went on to explain that a ‘literal interpretation’ of the President’s words would suggest he is interested almost exclusively in ‘the ratings of some TV show called The Apprentice’ and ‘the actor Alec Baldwin’. They had concluded that clearly these can’t have been the real subject of the President’s emails, so he must be using some elaborate code which they have yet to crack. 
 
We contacted the White House regarding the story, but they said they wouldn’t speak to ‘lying crocked’ media like The Spark. Instead they explained that they would shortly be providing additional information to ‘decent honest’ publications like Breitbart and Infowars
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