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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Malignant NSA Director Mike Rogers believes Trump's election was fraudulent, obtained via interference of Russian government, and keeps trying to convince his boss Pres. Trump that his election was fraudulent, given to him by Russian gov.-The Hill, 6/28/17 (If Trump thinks he was elected by fraud, he should resign. If not, he should fire Rogers and stop commenting on the matter entirely)

6/28/17, "NSA director frustrated Trump won't accept Russia interfered in election: report," The Hill, Olivia Beavers

"National Security Agency (NSA) Director Mike Rogers is frustrated that he has not yet convinced President Trump that U.S. intelligence indicates Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election, CNN reported Wednesday.

The NSA director also reportedly said the White House lacked focus about the continued threat of the Kremlin's cyber efforts, especially regarding voting systems in the U.S., another congressional source said.

The intelligence community continues to brief the president on new information on Russia's election involvement as it comes to light."...

[Ed. note: Such as what "new information?"]

(continuing): "An intelligence official told CNN that while Trump does not seem less engaged when being briefed on the matter, he has expressed frustration outside of the briefings that too much attention is being paid to the ongoing probe into Russia's interference in the election.

Russia, as well as other countries such as China, Iran and North Korea are considered potential threats by U.S. intelligence.

CNN reported that other top administration officials have also tried to emphasize the importance of a foreign nation attempting to meddle in the U.S. elections.

The president has taken to social media to criticize former President Barack Obama after a bombshell report by The Washington Post revealed his predecessor was briefed about Russia's activities in August 2016 and was slow to respond."...

[Ed. note: Why do you say this is a "bombshell report?"]

(continuing): ""I just heard today for the first time that Obama knew about Russia a long time before the election, and he did nothing about it," Trump told Fox News in an interview that aired Sunday. "To me -- in other words -- the question is, if he had the information, why didn't he do something about it? He should have done something about it."


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