The Deep State has been plotting against Donald Trump for months.
Their carefully executed scheme was launched to achieve the goal of removing Trump from office.
And Donald Trump’s first foreign trip was a perfect opportunity for the Deep State to cause even more mischief.
When the President is abroad, it’s a perfect time for his enemies to leak damaging stories since the Commander in Chief and his senior team are out of the country – and often times hours behind the news cycle.
That’s exactly what happened with Trump.
The Deep State leaked stories about Trump divulging classified information to the Russians, bragging about firing former FBI Director Jim Comey, and asking intelligence community officials to knock down fake news stories about his campaign colluding with Russia.
But the Deep State just got this really bad news.
Trump is fed up and ready to take action.
Reports broke that Trump had identified three of the White House staffers who had leaked the classified information, and he was prepared to fire multiple individuals upon his return to Washington.
SCOOP: Three White House staffers have been identified for leaking classified info. POTUS will fire 'multiple people' when he returns to DC.
— Trey Yingst (@TreyYingst) May 22, 2017
For months, Trump supporters have been wondering why no action has been taken against the leakers.
These anonymous sources are violating federal law by leaking classified information that – while they don’t prove any crimes or wrong doing – they have proven to be politically embarrassing for the Trump administration.
And still, the administration had yet to take action.
The Justice Department could have appointed a special counsel to investigate the leaks.
Even Trump critic John Brennan – Obama’s former CIA Director – condemned the leakers.
“I certainly welcome that investigation to stop those leaks, because they … shouldn’t be taking place and anybody who is responsible for that is dead wrong,” he said.
“Anybody who thinks I am responsible it is dead wrong,” he declared
Brennan added it was “premature to be pointing fingers at anybody, whether in this administration or the previous administration” for being responsible for the leaks.
“As far as leaks of classified information are concerned, I agree that they are appalling and need to be investigated and need to stop, because the impact on our systems and our capabilities can be grave,” he said.”
While Brennan condemned the leaks, critics point out he is likely one of the former high ranking members of the intelligence community feeding reporters the anti-Trump nuggets for their stories.
But in this interview, he wasn’t under oath, so he was free to deny the charges without facing the consequences if he was lying.
However, the same cannot be said for the three White House staffers who have been identified as the leakers.