BREAKING: Trump Breaks Silence – Drops NUKE on Susan Rice

This week, Barack Obama’s former national security advisor Susan Rice was exposed as the person who requested the “unmasking” of Trump’s associates on raw intelligence reports. Afterwards, Donald Trump Jr. couldn’t resist bashing her on Twitter for what she did.

Western Journalism reported that Rice gave an interview to MSNBC on Tuesday in which she awkwardly denied spying on President Donald Trump’s associates for political purposes. Afterwards, Donald Jr. wrote that she “should have gone to CNN that way she would get the Qs in advance …” He then pointed out that Rice was given softball questions during her interview, instead of being given “real” difficult questions.

In the first part of his tweet, the First Son was referring to the incident last year in which interim Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile, who at the time also served as a CNN commentator, gave debate questions to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in advance.

Rice had desperately tried to defend herself during her MSNBC interview.

“There were occasions when I would receive a report in which a U.S. person was referred to — name not provided, just a U.S. person — and sometimes in that context, in order to understand the importance of the report and assess its significance, it was necessary to find out, or request the information as to who the U.S. official was,” Rice said, going on to claim that it was normal for national security officials to request sometimes that identities be uncovered.

“The notion that some people are trying to suggest, is that by asking for the identity of a person is leaking it, is unequivocally false,” Rice said. “There is no connection between unmasking and leaking.”

Blogger and political activist Mike Cernovich was the first to break the story about Rice, and Donald Jr. said he deserves to win the Pulitzer Prize in another Tuesday tweet.

H/T Truthmonitor

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