Saturday, May 6, 2017

Trump Transition’s Handling of Sensitive Details Reportedly Alarmed Obama Officials

Trump Transition officials Copied Highly Sensitive Documents and Removed them from a Secure Facility during the Presidential Transition, alarming Obama Administration Officials.

The Practice reportedly prompted Officials for then, President Obama to only allow their Trump Team Counterparts to view the Documents at a Secure White House facility. The Documents included information such as the Government’s Plan for Crises.

Several Investigations are examining alleged Links between President Trump and his Associates and Russia. Marshall Billingslea, a Trump Official, asked the Obama Administration for a Copy of the CIA’s Profile on Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, on behalf of his Boss, Michael Flynn. It was Billingslea who offered to get the Profile, but Flynn did not object. The Dossier was delivered to Flynn, but it’s not clear whether he ever read it.

Flynn, tapped to be Trump’s National Security Adviser, spoke with Kislyak multiple times before Inauguration day and discussed newly imposed Sanctions against Russia, despite warnings that U.S. Intelligence was monitoring the Ambassador. Flynn Resigned in February and his contact with Russia continues to be under Scrutiny.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, were among the other Trump officials to meet with Kislyak before the President’s Inauguration.

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