Trump just compared the U.S. intelligence community to Nazi Germany. Let that sink in
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 For a few days, it almost looked as if Donald Trump had made a tenuous peace with U.S. intelligence agencies over their unwelcome finding that Russia’s Vladimir Putin had tried to help his presidential campaign.
But it didn’t take much to set him off again – and prompt him to escalate his war against...
Early information arising from a US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee investigation into possible United States government spying on Donald Trump... Eurasia Review - WorldAlso reported by •CNSNews.com •CBC.ca
It appears Trump may have been right, again.
Two days after FBI director Comey shot down Trump's allegation that Trump was being wiretapped by president Obama... Zero Hedge - MarketsAlso reported by •RTTNews •CBS News
On Wednesday, one of the most zany press conferences in recent memory took place on Capitol Hill. It featured the two most important members of the House... Huffington Post - PoliticsAlso reported by •Raw Story
Members of the intelligence community collected ‘incidental’ communications of the Trump transition team during legal surveillance operations, producing... FOXNews.com - PoliticsAlso reported by •CBC.ca •CBS News •CNSNews.com
Communications of Donald Trump's transition officials — possibly including the incoming president himself — may have been scooped up in legal surveillance... Japan Today - WorldAlso reported by •CBS News