Trump Obama Chief of Staff Texts Released

One of the bigger stories on the Hill over the last two weeks has been the release of more than 2,000 of former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ texts.

Trump is now asking for the same to be done for Barack Obama’s chief of staff during the 2016 election.

According to Trump, those texts will prove that Democrats and the administration were trying to undermine the election.

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Trump is now fighting fire with fire.

According to the former president, there are texts from Denis McDonough that will prove Dems were neck deep in trying turn over the 2016 election.

Trump stated, “I immediately call for the release of all text messages sent to and from Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff during their attempt to overturn the 2016 Presidential Election.

“They spied on my campaign, they spied on my transition team, and they even spied on the White House while I was in the Oval Office.

“They did everything they could to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power, and stop the ‘Will of the People’ with their Russia, Russia, Russia Hoax, Mueller Scam, and more. I wonder what the texts would reveal?

“Unlike my Chief of Staff, which show patriotic Americans concerned about illegal and massive Election Fraud in 2020, I say bad things would be revealed.”

The Meadows’ texts to which Trump referred have been all over the media.

There was a flurry of activity between Meadows, numerous members of Congress, and some news personalities, all of whom were begging Trump to make a statement in an effort to calm things down.

That, however, is beside the point in terms of Trump’s request.

I have to admit, he has my curiosity peaked.

Source: Newsmax


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