Russian leader Vladimir Putin plays chess with the U.S. media even as they play parcheesi with allegations that President Trump passed classified information to the Russians.

The Washington Post wrote earlier this week that Trump revealed highly classified intelligence information during the Oval Office meeting with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador.

"The Post cited current and former US officials who said Trump divulged information from a foreign source, now known to be Israel, involving a terror threat from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)," according to Allen B. West.

Hoping to put an end to the "political schizophrenia," Putin told international media on Wednesday that the allegations are not just patently false, but that the transcripts of the conversation prove it.

Vlad the Fake News Impaler then scolded U.S. media, saying, "Either they don't understand the damage they're doing to their own country, in which case they are simply stupid, or they understand everything, in which case they are dangerous and corrupt."

Putin nailed it with "dangerous and corrupt."

You see, Trump is at war with the so-called Washington "Deep State," which considers ISIS a military asset in the planned overthrow of Syrian President Assad. Trump sees ISIS as it is -- evil incarnate -- a force to be destroyed.

If the destruction of ISIS means sharing "facts" with the Russians to accomplish this goal in Syria, then more power to the president. By law, Trump has an "absolute right" (his words) to use classified information as the president sees fits.

"Is it necessary to remind Democrats that Obama entered secret side deals with the 'death to America' regime [Iran] that were withheld from Congress and the American people?" National Review wrote this week. "That was not an instance of what Trump was apparently doing — sharing some intel with a hostile government in the (probably naïve) hope of getting cooperation from that government against a common enemy. Obama was actually partnering with a hostile regime through arrangements that were against American interests and that promoted Iranian interests."

The latest anti-Trump campaign in the media deserves to be shoved down the Memory Hole, along with all the other bogus WaPo allegations of Russian collusion.

Please share your comments if President Trump will survive the latest attempt by the media to undermine his presidency using false allegations of passing state secrets to the Russians.

Source: Allen B. West

 

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