WASHINGTON — A historic clash may be erupting between the intelligence apparatus of the United States and the country’s democratically elected president, with the high-level intrigue linked to questions about the Donald Trump campaign’s ties with Russia.
The president announced Thursday that he’s instructed the Justice Department to examine leaks to the media that have damaged his administration — including several based on private communications with foreign governments.
Intercepted phone calls with Russia’s ambassador, for instance, led to the firing of Trump’s national security adviser this week. The president lamented the firing, insisting Michael Flynn had done nothing wrong in reassuring Russia …read more
Source: National Newswatch