Trump sting unearths Intelligence rot; with domestic “allies” like this…

 

Donald Trump, after having experienced the pleasures of indeterminate betrayal and exposure, decided to usurp the spy game for his own purposes and discovery.

 

Trump is a smart man and his mathematical approach to controlling for a constant in order to expose a variable is quite amusingly astute.

 

 

President-elect Donald Trump, after growing suspicious that intelligence officials were leaking news about their classified briefings with him, says he conducted a sting operation to try to prove top spies were behind the leaks.

 

Trump revealed the extraordinary scheme to try to entrap the senior spies in a furious press conference where he suggested the intelligence community had been behind salacious and totally unproven allegations against him.

 

‘I think it’s pretty sad when intelligence reports get leaked out to the press. First of all, it’s illegal. These are classified and certified meetings and reports,’ Trump said during a press conference at Trump Tower – his first since getting elected.

 

Then he revealed the details of the stealthy sting he says he conducted on the nation’s senior spooks.

 

‘I’ll tell you what does happen. I have many meetings with intelligence. And every time I meet, people are reading about it,’ Trump complained…

‘Somebody’s leaking them out,’ Trump said, after inveighing against leaks generally.

 

‘So I said, “Maybe it’s my office. Maybe my office.” Because I’ve got a lot of people … Maybe it’s them?’

 

‘What I did, is I said I won’t tell anyone. I’m going to have a meeting, and I won’t tell anybody about my meeting with intelligence,’ Trump continued.

 

He even shielded one of his closest aides from word of the meeting.

 

‘Nobody knew – not even Rhona, my executive assistant for years. She didn’t know – I didn’t tell her. Nobody knew,’ Trump continued – drawing laughter from collected family members and staff.

 

Having set the trap, Trump says the word leaked anyway.

 

‘The meeting was held. They left, and immediately the word got out that I had a meeting. So, I don’t want that. It’s very unfair to the country. It’s very unfair to our country what’s happening,’ he said.

 

 

Common sense, analytical stuff. The only variable left unspoken for in Trump’s sting is that which is entrusted with this nation’s security and which appears intent on de-legitimizing and tarnishing the integrity of the President of the United States.

 

Drain the swamp, indeed.

 

Bring in the pumps, this is going to be a while…

 

 

 

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  • Wiless

    This is going to be an entertaining 4 / 8 years…
    Bring it! :)

  • Mark J. Goluskin

    Interesting. The people that are now salivating at any “intelligence” that makes Trump look bad sure did not believe the intelligence about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. I think that Trump maybe onto something about reforming our intelligence system.