Andrew McCabe: ‘Very Serious, Very Specific, Undeniable Intelligence’ Exists About Donald Trump’s Relationship With Russia
Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe has revealed that President Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia is far more clandestine than what has been disclosed to the public, and that the information, which McCabe said is “classified at the absolute highest level,” has been kept secret to protect American intelligence sources.
McCabe delivered these stunning, albeit disturbing, remarks in an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Friday evening.
“From your knowledge, is there anything that could come out that people would look at and say, ‘wow, I can’t believe they ever included the president in this analysis, he and his people clearly did nothing?’” asked Cuomo.
“There is some very, very serious, very specific, undeniable intelligence that has not come out, that if it were released, would risk compromising our access to that sort of information in the future,” said McCabe.
“I think it would also risk casting the president in a very negative light – so, would he have a motivation to release those things? It’s almost incomprehensible to me that he would want that information out, I don’t see how he spins it into his advantage, because quite frankly, I don’t believe it’s flattering,” McCabe said.
Cuomo asked if there was “more bad stuff” about Trump than what has so far been disclosed to the public.
“There is always more intelligence, there is a lot more in the intelligence community assessment than what is ever released for public consumption,” McCabe replied.
“The original version of that report was classified at the absolute highest level I have ever seen,” McCabe continued. “We’re talking about top secret, compartmentalised code word stuff, and it would be tragic to American intelligence collection for those sources to be put at risk.”
Wow. McCabe says this regarding the Russia report:
"There is some very, very serious, very specific undeniable intelligence that has NOT come out … that would risk casting the president in a very negative light." pic.twitter.com/O2o623T5kv
— Tami Burages (@tburages) November 14, 2020
Sixty-seven days until the inauguration.