President Trump: FBI, Clinton, Steele Dossier, “What a Mess”

President Trump: FBI, Clinton, Steele Dossier, “What a Mess”

President Trump: FBI, Clinton, Steele Dossier, “What a Mess”

Thursday, US President Donald Trump posted a Tweet touching on several issues such as the fake Steele Dossier of allegations compiled against him, as well as asking if Hillary Clinton paid Russians during the Y 2016 presidential election.

The President was referencing a Thursday report that questioned if the Steele Dossier was used to gain a FISA warrant to spy on Trump’s Presidential campaign

The Steel Dossier has been a Key issue in probes investigating meddling by Russians in the Y 2016 election, and allegations of ties between The Trump Campaign and Russia, which the President has denied.

In a follow-up Tweet, the President noted that the House of Representatives is taking up legislation regarding the FISA Amendments Act, which President Trump said may have been used in surveillance of The Trump Campaign.

The House is likely to extend an expiring section of the act, which would allow the government to collect without a warrant emails and other communications from foreigners, even when they are talking to Americans

In a wild and amazing statement Thursday, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) says President Donald Trump’s Tweets make the US “less safe” and his Twitter account should be shut down.

“I think his Twitter account should be shut down, and he should listen to the experts who he is surrounded by who have really important information to share with him, rather than getting all of his information from one outlet that has a particular bias,” the California Democrat said.

Ms. Speier, 67 anni, noted Tweets that President Trump posted Thursday where he 1st criticized a reauthorization of a segment of the FISA Act.

Surely Ms. Speier that President Trump has a very accomplished social media staff in the White House.





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