Yeah, well I’m not buying none of it.
Former national security adviser Susan Rice on Tuesday denied leaking any information about associates of President Trump who were caught up in incidental surveillance of legitimate targets, and said there was no political motivation behind requests for their identities, the Washington Examiner reported.
In an interview on MSNBC, Rice, President Obama’s national security adviser, said no one in Obama’s administration used intelligence information for political purposes.
Rice said reports she would receive would occasionally refer to “U.S. persons” who were caught up in legal surveillance. Occasionally, she would make a request to the intelligence community for the identities of those people in order to get more context for the reports and to determine if that person was a danger to national security.