Trump's FISA Tweet Shows Why the 25th Amendment Is Unnecessary

Trump's FISA Tweet Shows Why the 25th Amendment Is Unnecessary

They're not denying that the president said this, in this statement. Sanders would then answer Acosta's question, Sanders said the president has a "great deal of understanding" when it comes to FISA and that's why he issued a presidential memo on it.

The White House has rejected the claims.

The rabid liberal media was incessant in their attacks on President Trump after he reportedly insulted entire nations of people, and the on-air reactions left ears tingling. Traditional news organizations like the New York Times and CNN are sure to walk away with some prizes but have been characteristically restrained about their ambitions.

But it also spoke to a more recent phenomenon: Trump's habit of tweeting whatever seems to come across his flat-screen televisions, no matter the advice of his aides nor the position of his administration.

'This is about the security and the integrity of the technology systems here at the White House, ' Huckabee Sanders said. "So do I actually".

Several staffers close to the president who are quoted criticized the way the White House runs.

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'I know that there are other reasons like the leaking, but this does come out of a concern with national security issues, ' the former official told the network.

We should point out just to underline what you were saying, the president of the United States has a history of making racially charged offensive comments.

But the tweet and its follow up continued to reverberate across Washington in the hours before the vote.

White House counsel Don McGahn and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster are weighing leaving the Trump administration as aides have been told to make a decision on whether they intend to leave or stay through the November elections by the end of January, CNN reports. "This is racism, plain and simple, and we need to call it that", Democratic Rep. Tim Walz tweets.

"We weren't confused, but some of you were", press secretary Sarah Sanders said. And it's just a awful thing to have come out of your mouth as a White House correspondent, or as a journalist, but if these comments are accurate, Wolf, I think it just is going to cause more damage, more grave damage to this presidency because it cuts to the very core of who he is.

Republicans have alleged that Obama administration officials improperly shared the identities of Trump presidential transition team members mentioned in intelligence reports.

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