Trump Administration Declassifies Fishy Email Susan Rice Sent To Herself On Trump’s Inauguration Day

By now, you have probably heard that Susan Rice sent herself an email on Trump’s inauguration day.

It drew a lot of attention because Rice oddly went out of her way to insist that President Obama wanted things done ‘by the book.’

Now the document has been declassified and released.

Catherine Herridge of CBS News posted it on Twitter.

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Take a look below:

Senate Homeland Security Committee chair Ron Johnson suggests this is proof that the Obama administration was trying to sabotage the incoming Trump administration.

FOX News reports:

Johnson says declassified Rice email shows Obama officials ‘sabotaging the incoming administration’

Senate Homeland Security Committee chair Ron Johnson, R-Wis., joined “The Story” Tuesday to discuss a newly declassified email written on Jan. 20, 2017 by former National Security Adviser Susan Rice regarding the investigation into Michael Flynn.

“The first thought when I read that declassified e-mail was, ‘Why in the world was that ever classified?'” Johnson said. “We didn’t witness what America’s become so famous for, a peaceful, cooperative well-wishing transition of power. Instead, we saw a corruption of that transition. A transition really designed to sabotage and really upend the new administration.

“It’s shameful is what it is. So this this needs to be dug into further. We need to do further investigation,” Johnson added. “You know, my own committee working with others has been really focused on that whole corruption of the transition process.”

According to the email, then-FBI Director James Comey suggested to President Barack Obama in a Jan. 5, 2017 meeting that the National Security Council (NSC) might not want to pass “sensitive information related to Russia” to Flynn, then Rice’s designated successor.

The American people deserve to know what was truly going on here.

 

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