BREAKING: The Biggest Susan Rice Break Yet… IT’S HERE!

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Big Trouble

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The plot continues to thicken surrounding Susan Rice’s involvement in the illegal surveillance of President Trump and his associates. Oh, and his family members. The National Security Council has her computer log’s which show every single instance of her non-existent “inquiries”-and that’s not the half of it.

From Washington Examiner:

The National Security Council has uncovered computer logs that detail the instances former national security adviser Susan Rice requested and viewed records that included President Trump and his campaign staffers’ names in intelligence reports from July through January, according to a report published Monday. Rice’s requests into Trump-related conversations increased following his winning the presidential election last November.

In addition, per the Daily Caller News Foundation there is also evidence that Rice demanded detailed spreadsheets on Trump:

“What was produced by the intelligence community at the request of Ms. Rice were detailed spreadsheets of intercepted phone calls with unmasked Trump associates in perfectly legal conversations with individuals.”

Rice has denied the allegations against her and claims that she never created spreadsheets of surveilled phone calls involving President Trump.

However, former U.S. Attorney General, Joseph diGenova told DCNF that her denial would be…

Quite a Surprise

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Speaking directly about Rice’s denial, diGenova said it would come as “quite a surprise to the government officials who have reviewed dozens of those spreadsheets.” The phone calls had nothing to do with any illegal activity, by either Trump or anyone he was speaking to in those conversations, according to diGenova.

In fact, the only illegal activity stems from Rice’s actions against Trump, which many believe were purely political.

Also, Fox News reported Monday that the unmasking was a “detailed operation.” They noted that the unmasked names were provided to several top government officials, including the Department of Defense, James Clapper, President Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, and John Brennan, Obama’s CIA Director.

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