BREAKING: Trump Starts A WAR With The NSA & FBI – Here Are Four Things You Need To Know

With the sudden resignation of National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, the Media (D) and Leftists everywhere are cheering and ‘I-told-you-so-ing’. Not so fast. President Trump is hitting back — at the NSA and the FBI.

ClashDaily has already given you ‘Six Things You Need To Know’ regarding the resignation of Michael Flynn.

ClashDaily reported on Hillary gloating and how that’s not such a great idea for her.

ClashDaily reported last night of the Obama-loving Intelligence Community trying to sink Flynn from before the change in the administrations.

President Trump had requested Flynn’s resignation on Monday, and after it was given, new information was made known.

Doing what he does best, bypassing the Media (D), President Trump sent out a flurry of tweets to make his views clear.

Here’s what you need to know.

1. President Trump says that Classified Information has been leaked by NSA and FBI insiders to force Flynn’s resignation

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2. President Trump says that the information given to the Media (D) is from insiders that supported the Obama administration’s policies

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Americans should be concerned about unelected, unaccountable insiders within the Intelligence community leaking information to oust the individuals that they don’t agree with policy-wise.

This is deeply disturbing. The NSA and FBI should be non-partisan. They shouldn’t be looking like this
because Flynn resigned after a months-long smear and innuendo campaign against him.

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The President then gave a shout out to Eli Lake of The Bloomberg View that was a guest on Hannity’s show.

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Watch Eli Lake here:

…’Thank you to Eli Lake of The Bloomberg View – “The NSA & FBI…should not interfere in our politics…and is” Very serious situation for USA,’ he tweeted.

Lake appeared Tuesday night on the Fox News ‘Hannity’ show. ‘Fox & Friends’ replayed a clip on Wednesday morning that included the quotes in Trump’s tweet.

He argued that Trump is the victim of malicious leaks from inside the U.S. Intelligence Community, and suggested that partisan Obama administration holdovers are to blame.

‘This is the kind of thing that happens in banana republics, when the national police will go after a political leader that they don’t like, and using these extraordinary powers,’ Lake said.

‘We trust the NSA and the FBI to use these powers to catch criminals and terrorists, but that should not interfere in our politics. And that stuff is interfering right now in our politics.’

3. The Media (D) is accusing President Trump and his administration as being ‘soft on Russia’.

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The president faces accusations that he was needlessly sympathetic to Moscow, along with renewed suspicions that his foreign policy was informed by threats of blackmail from Vladimir Putin’s government.He claimed Wednesday morning on Twitter that the firestorm surrounding former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s ouster is a media conspiracy fueled by vengeful partisans inside U.S. intelligence agencies, and that the Obama administration – not his own – was ‘soft on Russia.’…
Read more: Daily Mail

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The implication here is that just because Russia boldly took Crimea during the Obama administration, it doesn’t necessarily mean that Obama was ‘soft’ on Russia.

4. President Trump mentions the ‘conspiracy theories’ due to Media (D) bias against him

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We all know how so many people on the Left have gone completely unhinged since President Trump won.

The Media (D) has been consistently calling President Trump a puppet of Vladimir Putin.

They so want it to be true because then the blame doesn’t fall on Obama’s failed Progressive policies or Hillary’s Progressive campaign that just didn’t resonate with average Americans.

It’s so much easier to blame the Russians for ‘hacking’ and ‘influencing’ than recognizing that Progressive policies and the Authoritarianism of the left is just not wanted in America.

How can the Trump administration trust the NSA and FBI after this?

What do you think of members of the Intelligence community choosing winners and losers?

Let us know in the comments.

Share if you think that President Trump is beginning to ‘kick some ass and take some names’ in the NSA and the FBI

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