Another hit report against Trump & Flynn claims significant wrong doing

In their efforts to discredit and take down the Trump administration, the New York Times unearthed more unnamed sources who were willing to say on-the-record with anonymity that weeks before General Michael Flynn was picked to become national security adviser, Trump and his team were actually informed by Flynn himself that that he was under investigation for receiving payments to lobby for the government of Turkey.

This bombshell report, which was released on Wednesday, relies on the accounts of two nameless sources. It comes on the heels of another similarly-sourced article which offered details of a memo that was supposedly written by former FBI Director James Comey which reveals that President Trump asked him to stop investigating Flynn.

The new narrative is that Trump gave Flynn unfettered access to American intelligence agencies even though he had already been advised by everyone–including Flynn–that the man was actually working on behalf of foreign officials.

Trump vehemently denies these allegations, but critics of the president are hoping to use this information to charge him with “obstruction of justice,” which could pave the way for an impeachment hearing. In fact, the report about the Comey memo could have played a role in the reason why former FBI director Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel on Wednesday for the investigation into alleged Russian collusion with the Trump campaign.

The White House declined to comment on this latest New York Times report, but chatter about it on Twitter was non-stop.

Trump commented as well, tweeting, “This is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!”







 

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