"WASHINGTON — At his press briefing Wednesday, President Trump, as he usually does, called for a question from Chanel Rion, the chief White House correspondent for the conservative One America News network, which has at times replaced Fox News as the president’s favorite news outlet. Rion’s question had nothing to do with COVID-19 or the economic recovery Trump had been boasting about, but instead brought up an obscure website, antifa.com." “I wanted to highlight a kind of odd situation. In the last hour or so, if you googled ‘antifa.com,’ it would take you straight to Joe Biden’s website" “Should Joe Biden, the Democrat Party, Kamala Harris, should they publicly denounce the antifa as a domestic terrorist organization?” Rion asked the president." "It’s not clear why she thought it raised that question, though, since there is no evidence that the Biden campaign had anything to do with antifa.com, or vice versa. Instead, the phenomenon cited by Rion had a clear link to Russia." "Records for “antifa.com” show the site was registered in the Russian Federation from 2013 through last July. Starting last November, the site’s registration was moved to Panama" "Rion’s question provided Trump an opportunity to highlight one of his favorite campaign themes, the supposed far-left stance of Biden and, as of this week, Harris." “It’s virtually a part of their campaign, antifa,” Trump said. “The Democrats act like, ‘Gee, I don’t know exactly what that is.’ ... Take a look at any place you want to. ... They’re all over the place.” https://news.yahoo.com/atifa-website...004727528.html Does is seem more often than not that these instances in Trump exchanges are scripted purposely to plant the innuendo, an insinuation that can be repeated often by the media demogogues regardless of fact as authentic to show antifa supports Biden?