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POTUS Ready to Send DOJ Investigators After NYT Saboteur

President Trump must, at times, feel as though he is caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place.

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After all, he is without a doubt the most controversial public figure on the plant at this very moment, and is likely one of the most unorthodox American Presidents in history.  His ascension to power not only shocked the democratic party’s divided base, but sent a warning shot ringing out over the heads of the globalist cabal.  Trump is, in many ways, a citizen President, and that doesn’t bode well for the corrupt and wealthy who aim to manipulate the global economy to slake their own greedy thirst.

So they attack him.  Relentlessly.  To the point in which “senior” officials are supposedly penning op-ed pieces for the New York Times in which they admit to stealing paperwork from the desk of the President in order to stifle his agenda.

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This behavior is more than just merely alarming – it is a crisis-level issue, and the President is now imploring the Department of Justice to act.

President Trump called Friday for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation into the identity of the anonymous author behind the explosive op-ed published earlier this week in The New York Times.

The president, who has been on a tear ever since the column was posted, told reporters aboard Air Force One that the opinion piece critical of his leadership is a “national security” issue.

Asked if he’d take action against the Times, Trump said “we’re going to see, I’m looking at that right now.”

Trump, in an earlier interview with “Fox & Friends,” said the Times should not have even had the piece.

“It’s treason, you could call it a lot of things,” he said, repeating a statement he made on Twitter earlier this week.

The editorial has been panned by a great many within the White House, with a number of senior level staffers preempting suspicion by releasing statements of their own.

The piece was also blasted by First Lady Melania Trump, who believed that the author was acting in a  “cowardly” manner.

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