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President Trumps Twitter has removed the account, a retweet containing a link to an article naming the alleged Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) whistleblower, the process helped trigger impeachment.
The removal comes two days after the retweet generates a large amount of attention, essentially from references to a name, the reports mainly outside the hearings in Congress, and the media held.
The original tweet in question, which has remained, written on the “trump” war Room” as of Friday evening, links to a Washington Examiner article from Dec. 3.
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“It’s pretty simple. The CIA ‘whistleblower’ is not a real whistleblower!” in the original tweet. It included a video montage of media personalities and politicians to discuss about the existence of the deep state.
The tweet was a response to the whistleblower’s lawyer, Mark Zaid, to be protected for his client, by the Senate procedure in the upcoming impeachment.
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The house voted. Dec. 18 charges Trump for “abuse of power” and “obstruction of Congress.” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to send the two articles to the Senate for a trial.
To grow during the impeachment process, the speculations about the whistleblower’s identity further.
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Trump, and key congressional Republicans have reportedly called for the whistleblower to be exposed, while the Democrats have argued against the publication of the whistleblower, his identity out of fear for their safety in danger.