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Posted on:    12 Jan, 2018       Views:  908

Donald Trump FISA tweets to drop Washington into Ditch

Donald Trump FISA tweets to drop Washington into Ditch

Accusing the head of the President Donald Trump on the Domestic Surveillance Program, his own intelligence officer has caused a tremendous shock in Washington - and citing damage to the President's morning tweets as well as citing damage.

Trip wrote on 7:33 AM ET that the phone has started ringing almost immediately in the White House that on Thursday the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Actprogram was used to "badly survey" for its campaign for re-authorization. can go.
On sparkling lines: Republican lawmakers and top intelligence officials were upset that Trump had opposed the administration more than a week of public weeks in support of the re-authorization, allowing the government to make warrantless spies on American soil.


After all, the measure passed smoothly, but not until after the 101-minute event to clean up the presidential position before noon voting, Republican leaders spent a week spanning the polls and spending their votes. Worked with optimism while battling for the demand of conservative and liberal elements.
A senior Republican intelligence officer on Capitol Hill said, "(John's staff chief) Callie's phone was ringing"
"Nobody can believe this," said another Republican supporter of the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act)re-authorization.

Donald Trump FISA tweets to drop Washington into Ditch

Edward Snowden had given information about the government's secret spy programs, and after five and a half years, dust-busting on Trump's tweets debated domestic surveillance, technology, and ideas about Americans's own private privacy views.
But it also talked about a recent incident: Trump's habit of appearing in his flat-screen TV, whether his associate's advice nor his administration's status.
When he sent his initial message on Thursday, he cited a banner graphic directly in which Fox News minutes had appeared first: "House vote on the disputed Fisa (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) Act today."
The title was punched by a direct-to-camera appeal to re-adopt the monitoring program by orthodox Judge Andrew Napolitano.
"Mr. President, this is not the way to go," he said at 6:47 AM ET. "Detective is valid for finding foreign agents among us, but it is based on suspicion, and there is no area code."
Trump, who is ready to investigate possible relations between Robert Muller's Russia and his colleagues, took less than an hour to link the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) issue to their disputes with US law enforcement agencies.
"It is such a task that can be used with the help of defamed and fake documents, so badly monitoring and misuse of Trump Campaign by the previous administration and others?" She wrote.

Since there was a tweet in the information of CIA headquarters in Capitol Hill in Virginia, Virginia, Trump's advisors had drafted the follow-up, which helped protect the position of administration in support of the re-authorization of this Act. Can do.
CIA Director Mike Pompo - One of Trump's most trusted advisers who regularly conduct the President's Daily Briefing - To discuss the tangent in contact with the White House, people familiar with the situation said. A former Republican legislator who once announced that Trump's tweets helped "his agency", five days ago during a TV interview, Pompeo made a strong case to re-authorize the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) program, the CIA spokesman commented Refused to do.

 

Donald Trump FISA tweets to drop Washington into Ditch
According to two people familiar with the matter, Tom Boscart, Homeland Security Advisor who helps coordinate the administration's position of national security, helped in the triage of the results. After all, an explanation tweet appeared on the page of Trump, which reads in part, that Thursday's poll "is about foreign overseas overseas people overseas, we need it! Get smart!"

House Speaker Paul Ryan took a phone call from the President about his tweets and surveillance case, a source familiar with the conversation said, although he did not discuss about Trump's follow-up message, which was about unpublishing.
And according to a senior colleague of the Kinki Republican Sen. Rand Paul, a powerful supporter for privacy safeguards, received a phone call from Trump to discuss the matter.
Later, Paul appeared on MSNBC to clarify Trump's situation.
"I have spoken to the President, but I do not think it is necessary for you to understand it as a change of your situation," Paul said on "Morning Joe".
"He is still advocates - or the administration says that they advocate - for re-authorization," he said. "So I really do. I need re-authorization with improvement. I do not think they are unique to each other."

 

 

The White House refused to comment on who spoke to the President about the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) issue on Thursday.
But in the hours before the vote, the tweet and its follow-up continue again in Washington.
To make major changes in the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) bill - Rep. Mark Meadows, who are supporting the amendment to the White House protest, said that the President's tweets "have paused" people.

Donald Trump FISA tweets to drop Washington into Ditch
And House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi called Ryan and asked to pull the authority bill again in light of President's tweet, a senior Democratic source said. Later, Pelosi said during a comment on the floor of the House that he would vote for it.
Kelly, the White House employees who were called on the phone in the morning, went to Capitol Hill to vote and talked to MPs inside GOP clothing outside the floor of the House. A retired maritime general has stressed that Trump's tweets do not have the ability to unload the administration's agenda, they again denied Thursday that the dispatch of the president was harmful.

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