The squatter in chief is a national security threat; we knew this. He proves it every day. Today we know that his incompetence and disloyalty cost the CIA a spy who had direct access to Putin, a spy who had risen to the highest level of Putin’s inner circle after cultivating the relationship for ten-years, a spy who was able to photograph secret documents and send them to US intelligence officials.
The spy was returned to the US for his safety in 2017 after DT shared intelligence, pertaining to the Islamic State, during an Oval Office meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
The loss of that intelligence is no small thing. The information provided had been a crucial part of the intelligence community’s assessment that Putin had directed election interference to favor 45.
This is why 45 doesn’t like the idea of foreign spies.
He says the reason is that spies can damage relations with their host countries and undermine his personal relationships; he says we shouldn’t be doing that to each other.
Spies can expose him. The imbecile is a Russian asset posing as president. He is a traitor. Congress needs to take action.
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2 thoughts on “Who Doesn’t Like the Idea of Foreign Spies?”
I know it sounds crazy, but I wonder if (1) we’ll actually have a real election in 2020 if Trump thinks he’ll lose, or (2) if we do and he loses, if he’ll leave.
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My opinion- If somehow he loses, even with help from Russia, he’ll say it wasn’t a fair election. He won’t leave without force. He knows he’ll be indicted as soon as he’s out of office. This has to end before the election.
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