Trump Unleashes All-Caps Tweetstorm As Whistleblower Complaint Is Released

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A redacted version of the highly anticipated whistleblower complaint has been released and it implicates not only Donald Trump but Rudy Giuliani, too. Attorney General William Barr isn’t looking too good either as he allegedly took part in a coverup. The complaint states that Trump has used the “presidency” to pressure foreign leaders to meddle in the 2020 election. Trump’s actions pose a “national security risk,”  according to the whistleblower. At least a half a dozen U.S. officials alerted the whistleblower which prompted the complaint.

“White House officials told me that they were “directed” by White House lawyers to remove the electronic transcript from the computer system in which such transcripts are typically stored for coordination, finalization, and distribution to Cabinet-level officials,” the complaint reads. “Instead, the transcript was loaded into a separate electronic system that is otherwise used to store and handle classified information of any especially sensitive nature.”

So, naturally, Trump is panic-tweeting as the complaint was released. The former reality show star has also been retweeting his son, vice-president, and Republicans who are left defending him.

Trump is acting like a mafia boss instead of a leader. You’d think that Trump would have learned after the last time he tried to engage with a foreign government to interfere with an election but he’s a slow learner, apparently. It is not okay to ask a foreign power to start an
investigation while extorting that country and coordinate with both your attorney general and your personal attorney, Mr. Stable Genius President sir.

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