Former CIA Director John Brennan is finding himself increasingly isolated in his feud with President Trump.
As the head of Obama’s Deep State, Brennan expected them to rally around his cause after Trump stripped his security clearance.
Instead, he was just slammed by the man he least expected.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper slammed Brennan for his extreme rhetorical assaults on the President.
The Washington Times reports:
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Sunday criticized Mr. Brennan’s overheated rhetoric, specifically his description last month of Mr. Trump’s behavior at Helsinki as “nothing short of treasonous.”
“John and his rhetoric have become I think an issue in and of itself,” said Mr. Clapper on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“John is sort of like a freight train, and he’s going to say what’s on his mind,” said Mr. Clapper.
Obama’s Deep State appears to be turning on each other.
It’s extremely uncommon for former administration officials to take up positions at CNN, or MSNBC, and act as regular critics of the current administration.
But nothing is common about the way the media seeks to undermine President Trump in an effort to take him down.
Despite near constant negative press coverage throughout his presidency, Trump’s poll numbers are continuing to rise.
As the American people see the effects of President Trump’s tax and regulatory cuts, the media’s anti-Trump narrative is losing all believability.
Obama’s Deep State is showing signs of fracturing, as more of his cronies see their power diminished and their influence wane.
Renewed Right’s readers overwhelmingly agreed that Trump stripping Brennan of his security clearance was long overdue.
In fact, many saw it as a just a good first step.
QUICK POLL: Should President Trump continue cracking down on Obama’s Deep State officials who are viciously attacking and seeking to undermine the administration for personal gain?
A) YES – strip the Deep State’s security clearances
B) NO – the Deep State should keep their security clearances
Answer in the comments below!