CBS: Trump Did Confront Putin, Called John Brennan a ‘Low-Life’

Written by eaglerising

President Trump recently sat down for an interview with CBS’ Jeff Glor to discuss what really happened between he and Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.

The President told Glor that he did confront Putin on Russia’s election meddling, that he has full faith and confidence in our intelligence agencies as currently constituted, and that the Obama era leadership was completely untrustworthy.

“I can only say that I do have confidence in our intelligence agencies as currently constituted. I think that Dan Coats is excellent, I think that Gina is excellent. I think we have excellent people in the agencies. And when they tell me something it means a lot…

In the past, it’s been terrible. You look at Brennan, you look at Clapper, you look at Hayden, you look at Comey, you look at McCabe, you look at Strzok and his lover, Lisa Page. You look at other people in the F.B.I. that have been fired, are no longer there…

Certainly I can’t have any confidence in the past. But I can have a lot of confidence in the present and the future, because it’s getting to be now where we’re putting our people in, but in the past, no, I have no confidence in a guy like Brennan. I think he’s a total low-life. I have no confidence in Clapper. You know, Clapper wrote me a beautiful letter when I first went to office, and it was really nice. And then, all of a sudden, he’s gone haywire because they got to him and they probably got him to say things that maybe he doesn’t even mean. But no, I certainly don’t have confidence in past people. You look at what’s happened. Take a look at all of the shenanigans that have gone on. Very hard to have confidence in that group.”

 

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