She admitted this on television by saying, "I was urging my former colleagues, frankly speaking, the people on the Hill". I stated that I was anxious that Congress wasn't being briefed - according to normal procedures, which I know well from my 8 years as a Professional Staff Member with the Senate Armed Services Committee. "So then I had talked to some of my former colleagues and I knew that they were trying to also help get information to the Hill". Wow." Playing an excerpt from the MSNBC segment, he went on to say, "She's admitting here surveillance of Trump and his associates and Trump transition team took place.
During a later appearance on MSNBC Thursday afternoon, Farkas actually claimed that she was the victim of a "dark campaign of fake news". Farkas has "advised three secretaries of defense on Russian Federation policy", according to a senior defense official quoted in Politico.
The Post noted, "If you're inclined to believe that Trump was unfairly targeted by the Obama administration, you will read Farkas' comments as Spicer does".
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Later in March, in the ordinary course of their work, NSC - National Security Council staff discovered information that may support the questions raised by the president and Dr. Farkas' claim. If Trump tries to wipe out conservatives in the primary, we will not only defend them, but we will try and wipe out the liberal and more moderate elements in the Republican Party.
Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, is under increasing pressure to step down ever since he announced that new information corroborated the president's allegation that the Obama administration had monitored the Trump transition team.
Farkas left the Obama administration and would go on to serve as a foreign policy advisor for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, telling the New Yorker earlier this month that she thought Clinton "got it" when it came to issues regarding Russian Federation reported Fox News' Alex Diaz.
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Officials say they viewed the agency as an unnecessary and bloated bureaucracy that can manipulate or distort information. He also once worked on the committee Nunes chairs, both under Nunes and former chairman Rep.
We've invited Democrats here and I've been told that material they will see will shed light on the investigation.
At the end of the interview I did start a new thought "that's why they leaked", but got cut off. She then said, "I knew that if the Trump folks knew how we knew what we knew with their dealings with Russians, that they would try to compromise those sources and methods, meaning we would no longer have access to that intelligence". If you are inclined not to, you may have a different interpretation.
This is mostly sleight of hand.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has been accused of interfering in the 2016 USA presidential election between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump, said Thursday that he has never interfered in US elections.