Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump did not travel to his first classified intelligence briefing alone, he also took former general and Putin fanboy Mike Flynn and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie along for the ride.
While no sources have been named, NBC News is reporting that Flynn repeatedly interrupted the briefing.
One of Donald Trump's top advisers interrupted intelligence officials at a recent briefing so many times that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie had to intervene, NBC News has learned.
Mike Flynn, a retired general and former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, repeatedly questioned briefers during the Aug. 17 meeting, according to three people familiar with the matter.
If you missed last night's "Commander in Chief" forum hosted by overpaid toady Matt Lauer, consider yourself lucky. During his portion of the forum, Trump was asked if he learned anything during the intelligence briefing to which he said he learned that President Obama did not follow the advice of the "experts."
That's a lie because these "experts" who briefed Donald Trump do not offer policy advice. It's not their job.
As you may recall, Trump recently said he would not rely on the intelligence community which is exactly why he brought disgraced failure Mike Flynn to his briefing. General Flynn was canned after Edward Snowden absconded to Russia and Flynn clearly holds a massive grudge against the Obama administration, so much so that Flynn decided to become a Putin groupie.
There's an above average chance anything Trump and Flynn heard during the briefing has already been shared. I don't think Chris Christie is quite that stupid, but I could be wrong.