President Trump has made it clear that he will not stop the search for those responsible for leaks at the White House.
The hunt that began with the resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn does not stop, now that he is gone. Trump has also vowed that the perpetrator will be punished to the fullest extent of the law, even possibly serving hard time.
Via Fox News: “Leaks are prevalent in Washington, [but] I think what makes this different is the leak environment has just kicked into hyper drive,” Thomas Dupree, former deputy assistant attorney general, told Fox News. “In the first few weeks of this administration, we have seen a multitude of leaks on a variety of subjects – from national security to immigration, to the conversation that Flynn had with the Russians – it’s just every direction.”
(Source: Fox News)