Trump denies reports of White house infighting over Iran, slams ‘bulls–t” sources

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President Trump on Friday denied reports of infighting among the White house adviser about the situation with Iran, how he fooled a Reporter for the citing of anonymous sources in stories about his administration.

“It’s bulls–t,” the President said during a speech at a convention of Realtors in Washington, in reference to the use of unnamed sources in stories.

The President denied an uproar with his advisors, especially Secretary of state Mike Pompeo and the National security Advisor to John Bolton, to say, as tensions with Iran escalate, the opinions may differ, but he is the person who makes the final decisions.


Speaking of the press, he said, “you make it sound like there is a conflict.”

“I’m not mad at you,” he said. “I make my own decisions.”

He added: “Mike Pompeo is doing a great job. Bolton ‘ s doing a great job.”

In a tweet earlier in the day, the President argued, “With all the Fake and Out of News out there that Iran can have no idea what is actually going on!”

Earlier this week, Trump demo The Washington fluted Post and The New York Times for reporting on alleged infighting in the White house over the administration, policy in the Middle East.

“The Fake-News Washington Post, and even more Fake News-the New York Times, are writing stories, that it is fighting in regard to my strong policy in the Middle East,” Trump tweeted. “There is no power struggle whatsoever.”

Trump’s tweets come amid growing tensions between Washington and Tehran, with the help of the Pentagon do not live on Wednesday ordering of all necessary government employees in Iraq to leave in the middle of yet unknown threats, which the trump administration’s connection to Iran. The recent upset between the United States and Iran has the concerns of the legislature on both sides of the aisle about a possible war with Iran, and has comparisons to the lead-up to the Iraq war in 2003.


While on Friday, the speech, the President announced a deal with Canada and Mexico, which would scrap the “great rates” that a simmering trade dispute that began when the President imposed tariffs on imported steel and Aluminium-in the name of national security.


He also boasted of the “draining the swamps” to say it is not good that the former FBI Director, James Comey, the former Director of the CIA John Brennan, and the former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper are in the government. Trump has blasted all three of their actions in connection with the FBI, Russia investigation.

Trump on the 2020 primaries, singling out Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. He refers to her as “Pocahontas” and said she was a “disaster” in their role for the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,

“She has a lot of pent-up anger,” he said. “She is a wicked person.”

Fox News’ Andrew O ‘ Reilly and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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