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White House lawyers have learned that former National Security Adviser, Susan Rice, sought out the identities of the people who were mentioned in intelligence reports involving President Trump. On more than a dozen occasions, sources say Rice went out of her way to get the names connected with the Trump campaign and transition team.
Bloomberg News reported:
The pattern of Rice’s requests was discovered in a National Security Council review of the government’s policy on “unmasking” the identities of individuals in the U.S. who are not targets of electronic eavesdropping, but whose communications are collected incidentally. Normally those names are redacted from summaries of monitored conversations and appear in reports as something like “U.S. Person One.”
The investigation into Rice’s actions, has also revealed that the unmasking was done for purely political reasons-and had nothing to do with matters of national security:
“One U.S. official familiar with the reports said they contained valuable political information on the Trump transition such as whom the Trump team was meeting, the views of Trump associates on foreign policy matters and plans for the incoming administration.”
Despite the claims of top Democrats that Trump was incorrect about the wiretapping, all roads have led straight back to…
The Obama White House
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As the House and Senate intelligence committees continue to probe Trump-Russia connections, evidence continues to mount in support of President Trump’s “wiretapping” claims. Recently, CIA/NSA whistleblower, Dennis Montgomery, revealed he had sufficient evidence to implicate Obama in the illegal surveillance of Trump.
Currently, House Intel chair, Devin Nunes, is investigating how the Obama administration “kept tabs” on President Trump via the unmasking of individuals who were incidentally swept up in the “eavesdropping” on foreign officials.
Despite requests from Bloomberg, Rice has yet to comment on the evidence of her involvement in the unmasking. Nunes has previously said he is “deeply troubled” by what his investigation has uncovered.