Former CIA Director Now in President Trump’s ‘Cross-hairs’
Saturday, the Hussein Obama-era former CIA Director John Brennan unleashed an unrepresented attack on President Donald Trump for his attacks on the lying, disgraced former DNI James Clapper USAF Lt. Gen ret.), who was cited and exposed in a House Intelligence Committee report for his role in the release of the faked Russian dossier, aka dark file, shortly before President Trump’s Inauguration last year.
“Your hypocrisy knows no bounds,” Mr. Brennan, who served under President Barack HusseinObama, said. “Jim Clapper is a man of integrity, honesty, ethics, and morality. You are not.
“By your words and behavior, you diminish the Office of the Presidency,” he said.
President Trump early Saturday accused Gen. Clapper of being “a lying machine who now works for fake news CNN.”
In a report Friday closing its investigation on Russian meddling during the election, the Intelligence Committee accused Gen. Clapper of orchestrating the release of the dossier and of providing “inconsistent testimony” about his dealings with the media.
Gen. Clapper, now a CNN analyst, lied under oath, 1st said he did not speak with journalists about a secret intelligence assessment containing the unsubstantiated information.
He later admitted he discussed the dossier with CNN host Jake Tapper and possibly others, the House Intel report said.
The dossier was completed by former British spy Christopher Steele and was paid for in part by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
With Mr. Brennan’s attack on our President we can surmise that he was part of Mr. Hussein Obama failed plan to destroy Donald Trump’s Presidency and knows that it is just a matter of time until his part in that seditious conspiracy is exposed too.
James Comey’s has already set himself up for prosecution in the fix.
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