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Video Of Furious White House Staff Meeting Released, Now It's Going Viral

When you’re tasked with covering the world of politics for a living, leaks can be your best friend. Used properly, leaks can help you tie up loose ends and point you to a bigger problem that’s being missed. When used improperly, they amount to white noise that appears to be coming from sources that have clear agendas they are attempting to push through. That’s the situation we find ourselves in now that President Trump is in office, and it’s becoming crystal clear that the problem needs to be dealt with swiftly.

As CNN shares, even more leaks are making the rounds, and this time they point to potential strife within the Trump administration. Reports indicate that Trump was livid that his well-received speech in front of congress was quickly overshadowed by reports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had conversations with the Russian ambassador that he wasn’t forthcoming about. Sources couldn’t wait to phone a friend and share what they knew.

"Nobody has seen him that upset," shared one source.

"The staff fumbled," shared another.

For good measure, another source piled on to explain that Trump used "a lot of expletives" as he blasted members of staff that "just keep getting in their own way."

That’s a lot of flies on the wall in the Oval Office. Leaks have become a huge problem for the Trump administration - and for the mainstream media. Certain members of the mainstream media are taking the word of sources as gospel, and then winding up with a ton of egg on their face when the story blows up on them. As for the Trump administration, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer took the high road when responding to the leaks by focusing on the positive.

"The President had a fantastic week advancing his agenda to lift up all Americans and keep the nation safe. His joint session speech will go down in history as one of the best," he said.

Source: CNN
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