The New York Times, which is owned by Carlos Slim, the richest man in Mexico, hates Donald Trump.
Last night, they published an op-ed by — well, they don’t say who. They just say we have to take their word for it, that it’s a top Trump insider — disparaging Trump.
TONIGHT I'll read some of this anonymous op-ed, and highlight everything that's wrong with this Deep State diary entry — and with the New York Times, for printing it.
Whatever you think of Trump, he won the election and has done what he has said he would do — from foreign policy on China and Mexico and Iran and Israel and North Korea, to trade policy, to tax policy, to energy policy.
Is there anything in Trump’s “agenda” that is illegitimate? If so, the courts will stop him, and they haven’t been shy to do so, though he usually prevails on appeal.
But since when does some secret infiltrator have the moral authority to “thwart” Trump’s agenda, dishonestly, under false pretences, from the inside?
There is absolutely nothing new in this op-ed, and absolutely nothing damning.
Other than Trump can now say — with impeccable evidence — that he must take a blowtorch to the place, to reveal, as is his constitutional right, the truth about the unlawful surveillance against him by the FBI and NSA.
I think this doesn’t actually harm Trump’s argument about having to "drain the swamp." It proves it.
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