It's a story straight out of Orwell's "1984".
Last week, the NSA detailed the effort to undermine the 2016 presidential election through a social media disinformation campaign.
The effort, called "Translator Project,” was run out of an office building in St. Petersburg Russia.
From their nondescript building, employees were tasked with becoming part the America social media conversation about the election in an effort to turn us against one another.
One of the Washington Post journalists who covered the story, Rosalind Helderman, joined Armstrong & Getty to provide some details on the story.
Says Helderman, the troll factory's goal was to lead Americans to "assume that everything is not true".