Sunday, May 21, 2017


The New York Times and the Washington Post continually receive information damaging to Trump from sources within the President’s administration

There are traitors within the Trump Administration that seem determined to bring the President down. They keep leaking information to The New York Times and the Washington Post, two liberal news organizations that would love to see Trump fall. The leaks are damaging to the President and bring into question his competency as leader of our great nation.

The latest leak to The New York Times involved Trump’s meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister and the Russian Ambassador in the Oval Office on May 10. That meeting took place one day after Trump had fired FBI Director James Comey.

Here is what Trump told the Russian officials about the firing of Comey:

“I just fired the head of the FBI. He was crazy, a real nut job. I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.”

That had to be leaked by someone who was present during the meeting or, more likely, by someone who was not present but had access to the records of that meeting. I have a strong suspicion the leak came from someone in the State Department or from an FBI official.

That leak is very damaging to Trump in two ways. First, the statement carries with it the strong implication that he fired Comey because of the Russian investigation. And by calling Comey “crazy, a real nut job,” he gave the former FBI director every reason to unload on him when he testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the coming days.

Of course Trump doesn’t help his own cause any because his mouth is the mouth that keeps on giving and giving. And the same with his tweets. The Daily Beast reports that one White House official told it that “if he would just shut his trap” there would be nothing for his enemies to talk about. Another administration official said, “Every day he looks more and more like a complete moron.”

The leak about the May 10 Oval Office meeting is but one of a string of damaging leaks given The Times and the Post since Trump took office. The persons responsible for those leaks are traitors to the President and his administration. Those traitors need to be identified, fired and punished to the full extent of the law if any crimes were committed with the leakage.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If President Trump stopped tweeting and shut his trap, he wouldn't be Trump.