In other news, investigators now believe Chief of Staff John Kelly's phone was compromised during the transition period.
Officials have tried to determine whether Kelly signed onto an insecure wireless network there or whether a hacker, foreign government or some other outside force could have accessed the phone there.
"That's where it seems to have started," one White House official with knowledge of the review said. The official said the transition building was only one possible site for the breach. Officials have not ruled out other possibilities, such as foreign trips before Kelly joined the administration, though they have not seen evidence for that.
Meanwhile, Michigan's chief medical executive Eden Wells has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for the poisoning of Flint's water supply. Still no charges for Governor Snyder.
Finally, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Trump is starting to lose white people in rural America, both educated and not educated.
The poll of more than 15,000 adults in “non-metro” areas shows that they are now as likely to disapprove of Trump as they are to approve of him.
In September, 47 percent of people in non-metro areas approved of Trump while 47 percent disapproved. That is down from Trump’s first four weeks in office, when 55 percent said they approved of the president while 39 percent disapproved.
The poll found that Trump has lost support in rural areas among men, whites and people who never went to college. He lost support with rural Republicans and rural voters who supported him on Election Day.
Trump may accomplish in one year what it took George W. Bush two terms to accomplish.
Now, here are some mindblowing photos of a terrible thing.
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