Sick CIA Director Threatens Trump, Immediately Learns What A BAD Idea That Was!

CIA Director John Brennan had harsh words for President Elect Trump and his strong words about Russia were he said he would roll back sanctions President Obama placed on Russia. Which is not surprising considering the fact that the President-elect has promised to work toward a stronger relationship with Russia.

 

Brennan attacked Donald Trump for comparing American intelligence agencies to Nazi Germany. Which is interesting coming from a man whose going to be out of the job in a matter of days. He said the following,

“What I do find outrageous is equating the intelligence community with Nazi Germany. I do take great umbrage at that, and there is no basis for Mr. Trump to point fingers at the intelligence community for leaking information that was already available publicly.”

He went on to Fox News to argue that as President he must place importance, significance and trust into the federal intelligence agencies who serve him. However, Trump went after Brennan and the intelligence community for their numerous attacks. Here are a few of his comments on social media.

The media, Brennan and the intelligence agencies have never apologized to Donald Trump for there biased treatment of him. Or there working behind the scenes to ensure he was not elected. As reports showed that CIA and FBI officials tried to ensure Clinton won. Hopefully, in the coming weeks the president elect will work to revamp the Federal agencies and make them more efficient.

He has Brennan mistreated for too long and now that Fox News is entertaining this man who is trash talking the president it is very clear they will pay the price when this outlet wants press access at the White House. That price being lack of access to the President and his top officials. Actions have consequences.

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