Secretary James “Mad Dog” Mattis didn’t use his President Trump’s favorite phrase to blast a Washington Post report that President Trump doesn’t want to hear about Russia from his intel chiefs, but he might as well have called it FAKE NEWS.”
Mad Dog, a former Marine Corps General told reporters that contrary to the newspaper’s lengthy report, no one is advising the president and have no reason to reason to steer clear of the subject of Moscow and our national security.
The Post reported that Trump is so eager to improve relations with Russia that he has not held the Kremlin to account for allegedly meddling in the U.S. election. Although U.S. intelligence agencies agree that the interference occurred, President Trump has not been expressed such certainty. Mattis, for his part, agrees with the intel community, Fox News reported.
“Yes, I believe they did,” Mattis said.
It was just some of the ground Mattis covered in an 18-minute, impromptu Q&A with reporters in the Pentagon briefing area.
Mattis also said the plan to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem “hasn’t proven to” put U.S. troops or citizens in the Middle East in any greater danger and expressed concern about two Reuters journalists being arrested in Burma, where they are covering the plight of the Rohingya genocide.
So, more FAKE NEWS from the left.
Freaking liberal scumbags.
TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!