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The NSA sent coded messages to a shadowy Russian on its official Twitter account

American spies sent coded messages on the public National Security Agency Twitter account during negotiations with a shady Russian who wanted to sell them compromising material on President Donald Trump. The NSA fired off roughly a dozen coded tweets over a period of months last year, each time giving the Russian advance notice of the messages they intended to tweet. The deal ultimately fell through, but not before the Americans paid out the first $100,000 installment of a $1 million agreement.
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