Even if you haven't been following global politics in the last couple of years, you will know two things:
1. Trump is president (yes, sorry, that was not a bad dream)
2. Russia poked its nose in the elections
This week, the intrepid hosts of your favourite Malad-based podcast risk their lives as they do investigative journalism, deep into the Wikipedia article called 'Russian interference in the 2016 US Elections' to bring you this lowdown as to what actually happened, and importantly, why. We end with some glorious puns which will make you wish it was Chuck who was hacked, instead of the Democrats.
Check out this educational episode about how Trump won thanks to the Russians, and why the hosts think that Russia's efforts are actually the best example of 'content marketing' ever executed.
What's Simblified again?
A fortnightly Indian podcast which breaks down things around you - news, interesting careers and things you might not have thought about - in language that you can understand. Expect several poor jokes, PG Wodehouse references and Wikipedia-pilfering. Hosted by Chuck, Naren and Srikeit : Say hello to us on Twitter! @chuck_gopal, @shenoyn, @srikeit.