05 April, 2017
On April 3, "Fox and Friends" reporter Adam Housley stated a USA intelligence official who is "very well known, very high up, very senior in the intelligence world" revealed the name of Trump's associates, reports the Daily Mail.
To be sure, the article didn't say that this change has necessarily happened, but the fact that "officials have expressed an interest in having more raw intelligence sent to the president" - what he'd do with the information is unclear - is not at all a good sign.
Next, Trump lashed out at former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, whose brother Trump alleges got paid "big money" to lobby against sanctions against Russian Federation. "Would be sad for U.S.", Trump tweeted. "Again these are private citizens in the United States", said Housley.
"We're told that the main issue here is not only the unmasking of the names, but the spreading of names for political purposes that have nothing to do with national security and everything to do with hurting and embarrassing Trump and his team", reported Housley.
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Nunes had been aware of the information since January (long before Trump's "wiretap" tweet) but had been unable to view the documents themselves because of "stonewalling" by the agencies in question.
Sources have told Fox News that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes knows who the culprit is.
"Adam Housley did an incredible job with this information", said "Fox and Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade.
"Unmasking is not unprecedented, but unmasking for political purposes ... specifically of Trump transition team members ... is highly suspect and questionable", an intelligence source told Fox News. The initial unmasking led to other surveillance, which led to other private citizens being wrongly unmasked, sources said. "Opposition by some in the intelligence agencies who were very connected to the Obama and Clinton teams was strong".