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Flynn, said Trump, is a “wonderful man (who) has been very, very unfairly treated by the media.”Trump’s logic goes something like this: The national security adviser never would have lied about his telephone conversations with Russia’s ambassador to the U. if America’s spy agencies hadn’t leaked information about those talks to the press. He didn’t have to mislead the White House, as he apparently did. intelligence agencies gave legitimacy to an unverified report about Trump’s sexual behaviour during a 2013 visit to Moscow.
But it does focus attention on an element of the case that, outside of the right-wing media, has received little attention: Why are members of the security services leaking so much information that reflects so badly on their duly elected president? That report, prepared for Trump’s political foes, had been kicking around Washington media circles for months.
Senior Trump advisers had been talking to Russians during last year’s election campaign. The story ran in the New York Times under the headline: “Trump campaign aides had repeated contacts with Russian intelligence.”The story itself pointed out that no one had broken any laws.
It noted that there was no evidence the Trump aides had anything to do with Russia’s alleged hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s email account during the election campaign.
It also pointed out that Russian intelligence officers don’t usually advertise.“It’s not like these people wear badges that say ‘I’m a Russian intelligence officer,’ ” said one former Trump aide.