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Trump rips ‘whistleblower’ reports as ‘fake news’ after Adam Schiff takes aim at White House

Schiff is back at it again, and the President is none too pleased about it.

House Rep. Adam Schiff is certainly no fan of President Trump, and that sentiment has long been mutual according to the Commander in Chief himself, after giving the democratic Congressman the nickname of “pencil neck”.

The name calling between the two has been ongoing for months upon months, with Schiff remaining staunch in his belief that the President of the United States has maintained some sort of improper relationship with the Russian government.  This belief continues despite the Mueller report’s own admission that there wasn’t sufficient evidence to charge the President with a crime in the case of “RussiaGate”.

A new report of a White House whistleblower’s damning claims against President Trump has Adam Schiff back at it this week.

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff on Thursday threatened legal action against the Trump administration over its refusal to turn over a whistleblower complaint that reportedly involves President Donald Trump’s interactions with a foreign leader.

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The intelligence community’s top watchdog refused on Thursday to share details with the panel about the whistleblower complaint, according to multiple lawmakers who attended the classified briefing, which the director of national intelligence has been withholding from Congress.

Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire’s refusal to turn over the complaint to the panel prompted Schiff to threaten to go to court or even withhold funding from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Schiff issued a subpoena last week for the complaint, which reportedly involves a “promise” that President Donald Trump made to a foreign leader.

Schiff accused the White House and Justice Department of intervening to prevent Maguire from sharing the complaint with Congress, and suggested that the House could go to court to obtain it.

The President was none too pleased with the developments, however, and vented his frustration on Twitter.

The Director of National Intelligence has yet to disclose any further details regarding the complaint, allowing the radical left to make wild assumptions on social media.

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