WikiLeaks in recent weeks has published intercepted emails between staffers of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that her opponents have used to depict her as beholden to Wall Street banks.
I would say, their impact on the election has been minimal because much of the media has chosen to ignore them since they do not fit their anti-Trump narrative. I think the biggest impact may come in books written about this election that will show how manipulative and dishonest Hillary Clinton was.
I suspect that pressure put on Ecuador went beyond a discourse in how the data released by Wikileaks "impacted" the election.
Donald Trump’s Deals Rely on Being Creative With the Truth
Over the span of his career, project after project has produced allegations of bad faith, broken promises, blatant lies or outright fraud.
The cutline on the picture reads:
Donald J. Trump at a campaign event this month in Virginia. A survey of his four decades of wheeling and dealing reveals an operatic record of dissembling and deception.
This is exactly the kind of story that Cruz said would be produced once Trump secured the nomination It appears the liberals in the media wanted Trump to get the nomination so they could use this stuff against him. I think it is likely true, but if they cared about the country more than they cared about electing Democrats we would have seen it during the GOP primary.
Some injuries were reported and more than a dozen people were arrested after opposing sides clashed at dueling pro- and anti-Trump rallies, Berkeley, Calif., police said.
The liberals engage in projection by calling Trump supporters fascists, when it is in fact, their supporters who are sparking the violence in Califonia. There is a strain of intolerance for other points of view that is enforced by people dressed in black and their faces covered. They physically attack Trump supporters or other conservatives. These people may wear black but the are the Brownshirts of liberal fascism.