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>> Find now. A Twitter directive from the President who's fuming over continued leaks. This time President Trump objecting to media reports that the White House asked the FBI to deny stories about secret contacts between Trump associates and Russia during the Presidential campaign. The FBI refused. Trump tweeting quote, the FBI is totally unable to stop the national security leakers that have permeated our government for a long time.
They can't even find the leakers within the FBI itself. Classified information is being given to media that could have a devastating effect on U.S. Find now. The White House confirming that Chief of Staff Reince Priebus asked the FBI deputy director to dispute the reports of Trump campaign advisers contacting the Russians.
Priebus' contact with the FBI coming as the Bureau conducts ongoing investigations into Russian interference in the November election. And the President took his battle with leakers in the media up a notch when he addressed a friendly audience at the conservative jamboree known as CPAC.>> They shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name.
Let their name be put out there. Let their name be put out.>> However, this demand for no anonymous sources runs afoul of Trump's own history with sourcing. Once claiming an anonymous source told him President Obama's birth certificate was a fake or when he acted anonymously as his own publicist in the 90s under a false name, as documented during the election by the Washington Post.
>> He's somebody that has a lot of options. And frankly, he gets called by everybody. He gets called by everybody in the book, in terms of women.