Former Intel Official Connects The Dots – Proves Trump’s ‘Promise’ Call Was To Putin

The jig is up, and all of the facts regarding the “promise” call Donald Trump made to a foreign leader point to one person who was on the other end of the line with the American president: Russia’s Vladimir Putin.

The Washington Post reported Wednesday that a whistleblower within the intelligence community had made his superiors aware of a troubling phone call President Trump made with a foreign leader in which he allegedly made a “promise” that was so alarming the intelligence official let an inspector general know that he was worried about what he’d heard:

“Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson determined that the complaint was credible and troubling enough to be considered a matter of ‘urgent concern,’ a legal threshold that requires notification of congressional oversight committees.

“But acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire has refused to share details about Trump’s alleged transgression with lawmakers, touching off a legal and political dispute that has spilled into public view and prompted speculation that the spy chief is improperly protecting the president.”

Speculation then began as to who Trump might have been talking to when he made that promise. Based on White House records, calls were made on July 31 (the date of the troubling phone call) to the following heads of state: Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al Thani:

“Among them was a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin that the White House initiated on July 31. Trump also received at least two letters from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during the summer, describing them as ‘beautiful’ messages.”

Of those, which do you think is a bigger threat if Trump made a “promise” to them? Clearly, it’s Putin, and that’s what led Ned Price, a former American intelligence officer who worked at the CIA from 2006 until February 2017, to conclude that Putin is indeed the other party to that phone communication. Price shared his theory on Twitter:

Be sure and note that the White House said the call was regarding “wildfires” in Siberia. But the Kremlin reported the substance of the conversation was restoring bilateral relations. And yet Russia is currently under sanctions for their role in attacking the 2016 election. What “promise” was Trump making? Helping with wildfires or restoring full diplomatic relations with Russia?

Many have been saying since Trump took office that one day we would reach a genuine Constitutional crisis that requires us to act in order to protect the very foundations of this country. We’ve reached it. Donald Trump needs to be removed from office ASAP. Failing to do so will endanger the life and freedom of every American.

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