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Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for May 20, 2018

RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - May 20, 2018 (Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from seve...

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

This Morning's Mainstream Media News Regarding Trump 8-8-17

08/08/2017 09:15 am ET

Trump Tweets Fox News Story Citing Unnamed Source, Despite His Crackdown On Leaks

The president’s United Nations ambassador would not comment on the story and called its publication “a shame.”

By Marina Fang

President Donald Trump on Tuesday promoted a news article that cited information from anonymous officials, a practice he regularly decriesexcept when it benefits him.

Trump retweeted several posts from the Twitter account for Fox News’ morning show “Fox & Friends,” which he watches and tweets about regularly. One of the Fox tweets linked to a story about U.S. spies spotting North Korean cruise missiles. The article cites “U.S. officials with knowledge of the latest intelligence in the region,” including one that “requested anonymity to discuss sensitive information.”

It’s common to cite anonymous officials when reporting on intelligence matters, especially if information is classified. But Trump has regularly criticized the practice, as well as leaks of information in general, and has pledged to make the issue a priority for his administration.

United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley was asked about the story during an appearance on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday, but said she could not comment on classified information and that it was “a shame” the story had been published.

“I can’t talk about anything that’s classified, and if that’s in the newspaper, that’s a shame,” she said. “I have no reason to comment on it.”

“It’s incredibly dangerous when things get out into the press like that,” she continued. “You are not only just getting a scoop on something, you are playing with people’s lives, and this has got to stop. Whatever the leaks are coming from, if somebody thinks they are getting power or fame from it, all you are doing is putting Americans in danger.”

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced last week that he would crack down on leaks, including the possibility of issuing subpoenas to reporters who publish articles based on anonymous sourcing.

“This nation must end this culture of leaks,” Sessions said. “We will investigate and seek to bring criminals to justice. We will not allow rogue anonymous sources with security clearances to sell out our country.”

During his short-lived tenure as Trump’s communications director, Anthony Scaramucci raged against leaks. He threatened to fire his entire staff, and suggested that then-White House chief of staff Reince Priebus was “a leaker.”

Trump has not always opposed the practice of publicly exposing information. During his presidential campaign, he praised leaks that hurt his opponent, Hillary Clinton, particularly WikiLeaks revealing hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee.

Source: Huffington Post

OPINION | Trump is a fake president and his base is starting to agree


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A recent widely-reported Quinnipiac poll shows President Trump’s favorable rating has fallen to 33 percent, suggesting that the Trump base is shrinking along with his dismal approval rating among all voters.

Tuesday, there is a new, equally-ominous poll from Investor’s Business Daily showing that Trump’s approval rating had fallen to 32 percent.

Even the Trump base is beginning to turn against him, because these voters increasingly realize, as other voters realized long ago, that President Trump is a fake president who does not protect their interests as he claims.

Trump’s problem is not "fake polls," which present accurate data proving that after 200 days in office, he is arguably most disliked, disapproved and distrusted president in history.

Even the Trump base increasingly realizes that Trump’s problem is not "fake news," which tells the true story of a president who “manages” a White House staff at war with itself, while prominent Republicans make regular trips to primary states to test the waters for 2020 and grand juries continue investigations.

Trump’s problem is that so many voters, including a growing number in his base, conclude his presidency is fake. Only a fake president would spend so much time watching cable television and so little time learning about policies like healthcare.

Only a fake president would spend so much time writing tweets about himself and those he hates. Only a fake president could spend so much time on the golf course and going from Trump properties to Trump resorts without passing even one major piece of legislation during the first seven months of his presidency — with a Congress his party controls.

Think about it. A Republican president governing with a Republican House and Senate has lost every major legislative battle in his first 200 days. No wonder a growing number of voters in the Trump base, like a majority of all voters, are concluding that Trump is running a fake presidency that does little for them, but does much that hurts them, like his stance on healthcare.

And think about this: Trump has named a number of highly-respected generals to senior positions, but many of them disagree with him on many key national security issues. Rumors are running rampant that one or more of them will soon resign or be fired.

There is not one of Trump’s generals, nor one of his cabinet members, who agrees with his refusal to unequivocally state the obvious truth that Russia intervened in the 2016 campaign for the purpose of electing him.

The fake president, who never served in the military himself, attacks the military record of a Democratic senator who did.

Even Kellyanne Conway, who famously champions alternative facts, admits the real fact that even many in the Trump base are beginning to reject his presidency.

Hopefully, Trump’s new chief of staff, retired Marine Corps General John Kelly, can moderate the president’s tendency to utter false information in ludicrous tweets and turn his attention to governing the nation instead of watching television during work hours and falsely attacking the media.

Perhaps Trump will do something he has not done in the first 200 days of his presidency, which is to make the transition from being a television star with a widely disapproving audience to a true president who learns about real policies on real issues that affect real people and governs accordingly.

Trump should stop acting like a fake president. He should stop moving from golf courses on Trump resorts to drumming up business for Trump hotels. He should stop making fake accusations against real news and making false arguments against real polls.

The longer Trump continues to act like a fake president who divides the country and increasingly alienates his base, the more trips that will be taken by leading Republicans, including Vice President Mike Pence, to primary states that may well determine the post-Trump presidency after the 2020 elections, if not sooner.

Source: The Hill



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