Published: Sun, February 26, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Trump blasts Federal Bureau of Investigation for not stopping leaks to media

Trump blasts Federal Bureau of Investigation for not stopping leaks to media

And while he complained publicly, his White House spokesman took up the same arguments with members of the news media. If they wouldn't publicly refute the story, he wanted them to dismiss it in talks with reporters on background.

Priebus was told by McCabe that he could say that "senior intelligence officials" said that there was nothing to the New York Times report, which stated that "Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials".

The White House denied that Trump and his team pressured the Federal Bureau of Investigation to help the White House battle what it believes is erroneous reporting. "The FBI is totally unable to stop the national security "leakers" that have permeated our government for a long time", Mr Trump tweeted.

President Trump reprised patriotic themes from his winning campaign stump speeches during a rousing address to cheering supporters at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.

"We'd love to help but we can't get into the position of making statements on every story", McCabe said, according to the administration official.

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The FBI is investigating Russian interference in the November 8 United States election.

Trump suggested, with no proof, that Bill Clinton told Lynch that Hillary would keep her on as attorney general if she covered up the email investigation. However, GOP respondents are far less supportive of investigations than are Democrats and independents.

"A fundamental part of that new world order was a free press", McCain said during an interview on NBC's Meet the Press.

"It does not represent the people, and we're going to do something about it, because we have to go out and we have to speak our minds and we have to be honest". [The president] has no interests in Russian Federation.

A USA law enforcement official said White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus first raised the issue with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe during an unrelated meeting at the White House a day after the stories were published. "They should follow the law", he said.

Meanwhile, Steve Bannon, the man who Time Magazine labels the "The Great Manipulator", is living up to that name as he continues to feed, build, and control conservative extremist news rags like Breitbart.

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