Nếu muốn QH điều tra, thì Trump phải công khai nguồn tin tình báo đáng tin cậy

Subject: ***_Trump_dựng_chu yện_vu_khống_-_rồi đòi_điều_tra_Obama_ ĐỂ_ĐÁNH_LẠC_HƯỚNG_!
From: Mike Wilson 
Date: Sun, March 05, 2017 10:07 am

Trên cương vị Tổng Thống, nếu Trump có nguồn tin tình báo chính xác để kết tội TT Obama "đã ra lệnh đặt máy nghe lén tại Trump Tower", thì y có quyền công khai nguồn tin trước quốc dân- miễn là nó không phải nguồn tin từ báo giới, nhất là từ Breibart News, cơ quan thông tin khuynh hữu mà trước đây Steve Bannon làm trùm lãnh đạo.

Nếu là tin giả từ Breibart News, thì Quốc Hội sẽ không có cơ sở để điều tra TT Obama .

Nếu muốn QH điều tra, thì Trump phải công khai nguồn tin tình báo đáng tin cậy, để QH dựa vào đó mà phăng ra sự thật .

Có vẻ như đây là "đòn gió", một hư chiêu, để đánh lạc hướng công luận, vì hướng chính vẫn là liên hệ của Trump (và những người ủng hộ) TRƯỚC ngày bầu TT 8/11/2016 với các đại diện của Nga, và sự dính líu của tình báo Nga vào hệ thống chính trị và truyền thông của Mỹ trong mùa tranh cử TT, mà nhiều nguồn tình báo Mỹ đã xác nhận là CÓ !

nth-fl
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Trump calls on Congress to probe his evidence-free claim that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower
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Trump listens to questions from reporters at Trump Tower in January. A day after accusing former President Bara...

A day after accusing former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his phones before the election, President Trump called on Congress to investigate his claim, for which he has cited no evidence.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer issued a statement on Sunday saying that “reports concerning potentially politically motivated investigations immediately ahead of the 2016 election are very troubling,” and that Trump is asking Congress to investigate.
“President Donald J. Trump is requesting that as part of their investigation into Russian activity, the congressional intelligence committees exercise their oversight authority to determine whether executive branch investigative powers were abused (to wiretap Trump) in 2016,” the statement read. “Neither the White House nor the President will comment further until such oversight is conducted.”

It wasn’t clear what, exactly, Trump was referring to as he raged against his predecessor, whom he labeled a “bad (or sick) guy!” And the White House did not clarify from whom Trump had “just learned” this new information.

But a report published Friday by right-wing Breitbart News quoted conservative radio host Mark Levin, who outlined the alleged steps the Obama took “in its last months to undermine Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and, later, his new administration.” The Washington Post reported that the Breitbart article had been passed around in the White House ahead of Trump’s tweets. (Steve Bannon, Trump’s chief strategist in the White House, is a former chief executive of Breitbart.)

If Trump obtained the wiretap information from his own intelligence sources instead of media reports, he’d have the authority to declassify the material and substantiate his claims (so far, he didn declassify anything . nth-fl).
On Sunday, Trump followed up his seemingly conspiratorial Twitter flurry with another early-morning tweet aimed at his predecessor.

“Who was it that secretly said to Russian President, ‘Tell Vladimir that after the election I’ll have more flexibility?” Trump tweeted, tagging his favorite morning cable news program, “Fox & Friends.”
In the tweet, Trump was referring to a March 26, 2012, conversation between Obama and then-outgoing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at a nuclear security summit in Seoul. Obama was caught on a hot mic telling Medvedev that he would have “more flexibility” after the 2012 election to deal with missile defense relations, urging Moscow to give him “space” to do so. (So ? Obama didn circumvent his own existing administration in asking the Russian to wait until after the 2012 election - which was a proper thing to do ! nth-fl)
Medvedev assured Obama he would relay the message to then-incoming President Vladimir Putin.
“I understand your message about space,” Medvedev said. “I will transmit this information to Vladimir.”