Fred Fleitz: National security advisers shouldn’t release internal, candid conversations with the president

Former National Security Council Chief of Staff Fred Fleitz told “The Story” Thursday that the “turning point” in President Trump’s relationship with former National Security Adviser John Bolton came when the president “decided last June not to bomb Iran.”

Durham investigation – Will we finally learn truth behind Russia intel report?

It’s been three and a half years since the U.S. intelligence community issued one of the most politicized assessments in its history on Russia meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Now there are signs that the truth about this analysis – especially how it may have been politicized by former CIA Director John Brennan – will soon be revealed by U.S. Attorney John Durham’s inquiry into the Russia investigation and possibly by the release of a House Intelligence Committee report.

Intelligence Reform: An open letter to new Director of National Intelligence the Honorable John Ratcliffe

Some of the most essential parts of the intelligence community were weaponized by the Obama Administration to frame President Donald Trump with false allegations of “colluding with Russia” to win election.  They sought to delegitimize the Trump Administration, cripple President Trump’s ability to govern through endless investigations, and set-up a legitimately elected President of the United States for impeachment on false charges concocted by the intelligence community.

Fred Fleitz to Newsmax TV: ‘Swamp’ intelligence officials leaked Trump briefings

Career intelligence officers “definitely” leaked President Donald Trump’s restricted daily briefings, which reportedly carried warnings from the U.S. intelligence community about the rapidly growing coronavirus epidemic, Center for Security Policy Fred Fleitz, a former chief of staff for ex-National Security Adviser John Bolton, told Newsmax TV Tuesday.