Donald Trump rails about coup and treason after his loyalty to US is questioned
Monday, 18 February 2019 WASHINGTON: Charges and countercharges of treason and a constitutional coup flew across the American political landscape over the weekend as President Donald Trump lashed out at critics questioning his fealty to the United States. The latest spark to re-ignite the treason firestorm was a CBS 60-minutes interview by a former FBI Deputy Director in which he alleged Trump had told US intelligence officials that he believed Russia’s President Vladimir Putin word that North Korea did not possess missiles capable of hitting the US over their assessment that it did. According to Andrew McCabe, who was briefly Acting Director of the FBI after the firing of Director James Comey, Trump’s comment came...
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