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Trump Knows Who's Trying To Take Him Down, Now He's Opening Up

'Fox and Friends' dropped a bombshell news report on Monday about the unmasking of the Trump administration. According to the network, a 'very well known, very high up, very senior' intelligence official is responsible, but other networks refuse to cover the story. President Donald Trump took to Twitter to praise Fox News for 'such amazing reporting'.

When President Donald Trump first tweeted that he found out the Obama administration spied on him, mainstream media only covered the story to mock the president. Mr. Trump became the butt of numerous jokes and cruel insults.

What many people fail to realize now is that evidence continues to come to light proving that Trump was correct. Not only was Trump and his team under surveillance, but new facts are starting to paint a picture that a U.S. intelligence official broke the law in unmasking Trump's team members. Many media outlets are refusing to cover the story, so Fox News has jumped on the exclusive.

Rep. Devin Nunes is aware of the official who leaked the information. "The main issue in this case, is not only the unmasking of these names of private citizens but the spreading of these names for political purposes that have nothing to do with national security or an investigation into Russia’s interference in the U.S. election," said a congressional source to Fox News.

"Wow, Fox News just reporting big news," Trump tweeted. "Source: "Official behind unmasking is high up. Known Intel official is responsible. Some unmasked ... not associated with Russia. Trump team spied on before he was nominated." If this is true, does not get much bigger. Would be sad for U.S."

Trump has also repeatedly questioned other news outlets for being fixated on unproven allegations about whether his team colluded with Russia to win the election while failing to report about the White House leaks.

CNN hosts have claimed that the story about illegal unmasking and leaks is merely a ‘diversion’ and they refuse to cover it.

Source: Mail Online
Photo: Fox News

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