CIA Director Issues Trump Bold Warning, Instantly Regrets It When Donald Fires Back With This!

After being compared to Adolf Hitler throughout the entire course of his campaign by liberals who are unaware that “Nazi” stands for “National Socialist,” The Donald invoked Godwins Law on his own following Buzzfeed’s leak of a bogus report alleging he had ties to Russia.

“Intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to “leak” into the public. One last shot at me.Are we living in Nazi Germany?” Trump tweeted out on January 11th.

He was criticizing the intelligence community for allowing this bogus information to leak, not for its existence, but as you can imagine, they weren’t all too thrilled with the comparison.

Outgoing CIA Director John Brennan took to Fox News Sunday to criticize Trump. “Spontaneity is not something that protects national security interests and so therefore when he speaks or when he reacts, just make sure he understands that the implications and impact on the United States could be profound,” he stated.

“It’s more than just about Mr. Trump. It’s about the United States of America. What I do find outrageous is equating intelligence community with Nazi Germany,” he continued.

As you’d imagine given all we know about Trump from his decades in the public eye, asking him to tone himself done is bound to have the opposite of the desired effect.

As the Young Cons reported, Trump FIRED back.


Trump has a good point.

President Obama, under the guidance of John Brennan, has failed to “appreciate threats” and respond to them all around the world.

ISIS in 2014 when it could have been easily killed.

Syria and the “redline” that really wasn’t a redline.

Russia has made movements all around the world most notably in Ukraine and Crimea, and, as Trump notes, has increased its nuclear capacity.

What has been the Obama administration response?

Little to nothing.

And a better question: why did that information get leaked in the first place? If Brennan had been doing his job, he wouldn’t be getting roasted by Trump in the first place.

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