A the video of President Trump saying that the national democratic committee should "be ashamed of themselves for being hacked" before the 2016 elections resurfaced on Tuesday after it was reported that the organization of the Republican campaign for the House is been violated.
National Security Attorney Bradley Moss has retweeted a July video showing Trump bragging about how Republicans were much better protected from computer intrusion.
"Clearly the @NRCC should be ashamed of itself: this is the President's point of view on cybersecurity," commented the vocal critic Trump.
"The DNC should be ashamed of themselves to get themselves killed, they had bad defenses, and they were able to be hacked," Trump said in the "Face the Nation" interview for CBS News in July. "I heard they were trying to hack Republicans as well, but this could be wrong, but they had much stronger defenses."
"I heard that they were trying, or people were trying, to also affect the Republican National Committee, the Republican National Committee," he said. "But we had much better defenses, I was told by a number of people, we had much better defenses, so they could not."
Politician broke the news Tuesday that the e-mail accounts of four NCRC senior assistants were compromised for months before the violations were detected in April by a security service contractor monitoring his network. While the party's command team in the House and its basic members had not been informed of the intrusion, the NRCC launched an investigation and the FBI was alerted.
The party officials did not specify when the attack took place, or its origin, even though they said they thought a foreign agent was behind the effort.
The report comes after the leaders of the NRCC have withdrawn from an agreement with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee to refrain from using material hacked or stolen on the campaign track, the New York Times reported in September.
Trump's denigration of DNC in July occurred shortly after special adviser Robert Mueller indicted a dozen Russian military officers for violating two Democratic Party information systems in an attempt to end 2016 elections.