March 16th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #421

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1,491 Responses to March 16th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #421

  1. phoenixRising says:

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  4. Wiggyky says:

    McCabe Fired!

    Well that should have the Session Bashers choke on their crow.

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  7. heidi says:

    From :https://truepundit.com/white-house-fingers-cias-brennan-john-mccain-leaking-anti-trump-intel-waging-deep-state-smear-campaign/
    Enter John McCain, who White House insider believes delivered Brennan’s misinformation to the feet of the Washington Post and later the New York Times.
    At the time, McCain took to the Sunday morning political talk show circuit, fueled by the Washington Post’s thinly-sourced yet highly-lauded reporting, Sen. John McCain implored President Elect Trump to look at the CIA-Russian information which he said was credible. McCain, however, as the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, had strangely never publicly disseminated such intelligence prior to the Sunday network talk shows. And no other elected officials have stepped up to echo his narrative or that of the Washington Post.
    Brennan and McCain were alone with their accusations and no one bothered to back them up. Even James Clapper, then-ODNI Director, walked away from the accusations, publicly stating there was no proof of what was published in the Washington Post.
    Even at the time, CIA and intelligence sources quickly countered McCain’s claims as speculative at best, saying his information is simply not accurate and he, as the Arizona senator has done previously, was grandstanding for the media without knowing key facts.

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