Brennan: Trump Called Us Hacks To Delegitimize Intelligence Report

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Former CIA Director John Brennan said Sunday that President Trump called him a political hack in order to cast doubt on his and other intelligence agencies’ conclusion that Russia sought to influence the 2016 election.

Trump on Saturday said Brennan, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former FBI Director James Comey are political hacks. Those leaders were in charge in January, when a declassified report from those three agencies was released that said Russia called for an influence campaign aimed at interfering in the United States election.

“And then you hear it’s 17 agencies. Well, it’s three. And one is Brennan and one is whatever. I mean, give me a break. They’re political hacks,” Trump told reporters.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. There’s good reason why the CIA’s acronym is Corrupt Intelligence Association.

    President Trump is right again. Clapper is the guy whom Trump fired after he lied under oath in Congress. He is the one who admitted publicly doing something unconstitutional – spying and using unmasking on Trump and anyone from his campaign staff.

  2. The more simple reason that he called them hacks…….. Is because they are hacks. Analysis guided by agenda. Part of the msm. Rather msi!

  3. Brennan, Clapper, Lynch, Comey, & Mike Rogers should be sharing a prison cell in ADX! They are completely corrupt thru and thru! They have damaged the CIA, FBI, & NSA beyond repair. They have lost the confidence and trust of the honest American taxpayer.

  4. “They have damaged the CIA, FBI, & NSA beyond repair.” These criminals are no worse than previous CIA, FBI and NSA crooks 55 years ago when they murdered JFK. The difference is only that “real news” (unlike fake news, like CNN, AP, NYT the only news America had access to) has finally woken up the American people to the corruptions and lawlessness of these criminal agencies.


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