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Trump Brought Personal Cheerleading Squad to CIA Meeting

25 January 2017
Trump Brought Personal Cheerleading Squad to CIA Meeting

After having attacked, denigrated and dishonored these men and women for political reasons, after having said or implied - as CIA Director John Brennan said - that these fearless men and women are "akin to Nazi Germany", the president certainly needed to try to mend fences, to apologize. I happened to talk to a lot of people who have been in previous administrations-and I guess you can therefore dismiss this as the old way of doing it-but for a president of the United States, a sitting president of the United States, not a candidate, not a spokesman, to go to the Central Intelligence Agency, stand in front of that wall, and make the rambling and inappropriate comments the president made, people were seriously anxious. "And they said, Donald Trump did not draw well".

The "rest of the, you know, 20-block area, all the way back to the Washington Monument was packed", he said, adding that the media had been caught out for lying for which they would "pay a big price". I get up this morning, I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field. He refrained from taking on millions of people attending women's marches around the world during their protests Saturday, suppressing his tendency to retaliate against those he perceives as challenging his authority.

Donald Trump may be many things, businessman, billionaire, president of the United States, but he is most certainly not a fan of the media.

His habit of bragging and lashing out at enemies helped Trump build loyal support in his election run, but may also have contributed to his record-low approval ratings for an incoming president.

"This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration - period - both in person and around the globe", without offering any evidence.

Trump Brought Personal Cheerleading Squad to CIA Meeting
Trump Brought Personal Cheerleading Squad to CIA Meeting

Spicer, who did not take any questions from the media, showed a photograph that, according to him, reflected the turnout at the inauguration accurately.

"This group is going to be one of the most important groups in this country toward making us safe, toward making us winners again", Trump said.

Trump has acknowledged that Russian Federation hacked Democratic files in an effort to interfere with the election.

"The CIA leadership was in the first couple rows and I understood that they stood politely, but rather impassively, throughout that".

On his first full day as president, Trump paid a visit to Langley in what was expected to be a fence-mending appearance aimed at patching up relations with the spy agency. America's 45th president, less than 100 hours into office, has openly marketed lies as truth, and seems unwilling to correct his mistakes, much less commit himself to do better the next time. "Brennan says that Trump should be ashamed of himself".