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JOINT STATEMENT From former Senior Intelligence Officials criticizing Trump re: Brennan

Joint statement from William Webster, Hayden, Panetta, Petraeus, Clapper, John McLaughlin, Mike Morell — in total 12 former directors and deputy directors of the CIA and a former DNI — criticizing Trump for revoking Brennan's clearance.


The president is quoting Tucker Carlson


Trump's military parade postponed.

Breaking: Pentagon says the military parade - requested by the President and originally scheduled for Veterans Day - will be postponed.

“We originally targeted November 10, 2018 for this event but have now agreed to explore opportunities in 2019,” Defense Department Spokesman Colonel Rob Manning said in a statement.


A mic drop from Simon & Schuster right here - to Trump re: Omarosa's Book





"Obstruction of justice squared -- in plain view."


Trump’s astonishing public admission this week: he stripped Brennan of security clearance because of his role in the DOJ’s Russia probe!

It echoes his earlier public admission: he fired Comey for the same reason.

Obstruction of justice squared — in plain view.


9:34 AM - 16 Aug 2018


Somewhere in Hell, Nixon is proud of you, Trump. But he'll tell you when he sees you.


Revoking security clearance for John Brennan for petty corrupt vindictive personal reasons? Somewhere in Hell, Nixon is proud of you, Trump. But he’ll tell you when he sees you.


"The Don Ate My Security Clearance"


If anyone is debating whether Dem takeover of House could benefit Trump politically, remember THIS:

If anyone is really debating whether a Dem takeover of the House could benefit Trump politically, just remember this:

The chance of a Republican-controlled Congress choosing to make a Trump's tax returns public, without his consent no less, seems very remote at the moment. But if circumstances change, it might become an option lawmakers consider.

One such change might come if Democrats win back the House or Senate in the mid-term elections next year. Or if lawmakers have reason to believe the president broke a law.

During the last years of the Nixon administration, it came out that President Nixon had taken big deductions for donating his official papers to the National Archive. But the timing and valuation of the donations raised a lot of questions.

Nixon invited the Joint Committee on Taxation to review his returns despite an earlier audit by the IRS. The JCT found that Nixon owed far more money than he paid. And it chose to publicly release an extensive report that included Nixon's tax information, Yin noted in a Washington Post opinion piece.


Trump: "Sign This"


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