Senate Intel head in the dark about Trump intelligence review

Trump Russian connection ‘non-sense’ is attempt to cover up mistakes in Clinton campaign

U.S. President Donald Trump

But the WSJ's sources claim that the USA intelligence community continues to maintain that Trump won the election with the help of Russian interference and that his administration is compromised by his relationship with the country.

A few minutes ago, a former NSA employee named John Schindler posted what may be one of the most shocking and concerning tweets so far regarding the Donald Trump administration.

USA president Donald Trump is reportedly eyeing private equity billionaire Stephen Feinberg to review the country's spy agencies, according to NBC and the New York Times.

Trump's pick for national security adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned this week after press reports revealed he discussed foreign policy with Russian officials during the Trump transition and then misled the vice president about the conversation.

"From intelligence, papers are being leaked, things are being leaked: it's [a] criminal act", he said during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But officials reportedly withheld some details about how the intelligence information was gathered.

"Now we go nuclear".

The House and Senate intelligence committees, as well as the Senate Armed Services Committee, are also already examining Russian interference in the election - and more probes could follow, as questions persist about ties between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign.

A pre-dawn message on his verified Twitter account was posted today complaining: "The fake news media is going insane with their conspiracy theories and blind hatred".

What this story does represent is the urgency that the Trump administration get its appointees in place in intelligence agencies to ensure they perform their mission to provide the president with the intelligence he needs to keep our nation safe.

Earlier this mo nth, his firm disclosed to investors that Feinberg was in discussions about a "senior role" in the Trump administration. He explained that leaking has "been a big problem in Washington for years", "even illegal classified leaking", but now that the "spotlight has finally been put on" them, they "will be caught!"

Us President Trump's relationship with his own intelligence community is rapidly becoming the new "Great Divide" as the common ground between the two rapidly widens, according to a report in the Huffington Post.

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