Trump demands NYT turn over anonymous source for national security reasons

President Trump is calling out his dissenter once and for all.

After seeing the op-ed in the New York Times written by a “senior official in the Trump administration” who admitted to purposely undermining his agenda, the President demanded he or she be turned over immediately for the sake of national security.

In keeping the author anonymous, the Times broke with a long-standing precedent — because they thought it “deserved an airing.”

The Op-Ed

Americans on both the left and right are in an uproar over the revelations in the op-ed.

While the “gutless” “coward”, as Press Secretary Sarah Sanders described the author, refused to be named, he or she admitted that “like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of [Trump’s] agenda.”

According to the piece, these are policies this individual disagrees with.

That is not his or her decision, though.

President Trump was elected to office by the people of this country to make good on his campaign promises.

That is what he is trying to do, but now we know why certain policies have been failing.

A Coup

The President himself hinted at treason, but this sounds more like a coup in the White House.

The individual that penned the article stated they are not alone in this effort.

There are apparently several individuals involved.

It is bad enough one person is acting in such a manner but multiple people represent a conspiracy to take over our government.

Trump is 100 percent right in this case. The individual in question must be identified ASAP.

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We the People did not elect the deep state to represent us … we elected Donald Trump.

If this coward will not come forward, Trump must do whatever is necessary to have this person identified and if need be, put them on trial for treason to the United States of America.

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