President Trump is calling out a top enemy – The New York Times – for publishing information he claims is ‘NOT TRUE!’
On Saturday, The Times published an article titled ‘U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid’.
They claimed the Pentagon kept the President out of the loop while carrying out attacks on Russia, fearing he might cancel the operation.
President Trump immediately slammed the claims as false and accused the publication of committing a virtual act of treason.
Under a new provision, it is possible for ‘clandestine military activity’ to be carried out without presidential notification or approval.
It remains unclear whether these online attacks are occurring or not. It is concerning that the government continues to work against the President. First congress’s unwillingness to collaborate and now purposeful exclusion of information regarding national defense by the Pentagon?
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