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CIA Officials Implicated in Alleged Plot to Remove President Donald Trump

via Trump White House Archived
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Eric Ciaramella, a CIA analyst, and Sean Misko, both former Obama administration holdovers working in the Trump White House, were overheard discussing how to remove the newly elected President Trump from office shortly after his inauguration.

Misko later joined House impeachment manager Adam Schiff’s committee and provided guidance to the whistleblower.

The coordination between the whistleblower and a key Democratic staffer challenges the narrative that impeachment developed spontaneously.

“Just days after he was sworn in they were already talking about trying to get rid of him,” a former official noted.

“They weren’t just bent on subverting his agenda,” they added. “They were plotting to actually have him removed from office.”

The whistleblower’s candor is also being questioned, as he allegedly failed to report contacts with Schiff’s office to the intelligence community’s inspector general.

Republicans have unsuccessfully fought to call him as a witness, arguing for the president’s right to confront his accuser.

“They didn’t like his policies,” another former White House official noted. “They had a political vendetta against him from Day One.”

The identity of the whistleblower, believed to be Ciaramella, remains unconfirmed, but there have been public demands for him to testify.

Ciaramella allegedly expressed hostility toward Trump even before the whistleblower complaint was filed.

These details shed light on the impeachment process and the individuals involved.

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