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Donald Trump Makes Statement on Susan Rice, Considers Her Actions A Crime


The saga of Susan Rice continues this week, in the face of a near-blackout of coverage by the mainstream media and pure denial by the political left.

Unfortunately for Rice and her democratic colleagues, no amount of ignorance and dismissal can change what truly occurred during the 2016 election, when Rice is being accused of “unmasking” Donald Trump’s transition team.  Her hope was that by revealing the identities of the then-citizens of Trump’s inner circle, the Hillary Clinton campaign and DNC could work on scraping away those individual’s legitimacy with the help of the leftist mainstream media.

Of course, Susan Rice’s plan did not stymy the President to any grand degree, and now the former Obama national security adviser is under investigation for her role in the action.  While the media has flatly refused to cover the shocking story, President Trump has weighed in with his signature brevity and tact.

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“In an interview with the ‘failing’ New York Times, Trump maintained he would soon be vindicated on claims he was illegally spied on during the election by the Obama administration.

“’I think it’s going to be the biggest story,’ Mr. Trump told reporters in the Oval Office while surrounded by other administration officials. ‘It’s such an important story for our country and the world. It is one of the big stories of our time.’

 “As Trump has done previously, he told the Times evidence would soon emerge proving him right, and that he would explain further ‘at the right time.’

“The Times reports they also asked the president if he thought Susan Rice had possibly committed a crime, to which the president replied, ‘Do I think? Yes, I think.’”

This is bad news for Rice, whose bizarre media immunity could have given her a false sense of safety from this investigation.  With the weight of President Trump behind the push for the truth, it is just a matter of time before we are treated to the site of Susan Rice testifying before congress.

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