President Donald Trump trolled Dianne Feinstein after it was reported she had a 20-year Chinese mole carting her around like a princess and even attending official functions representing her behalf. After Trump made his funny remarks during an event in Ohio, Feinstein then tried to clap back at the president but she only made it worse. At this point, she should simply make an exit from the Senate Intelligence Committee, because being the one who sat feet away from a spy for 20 years can’t be good for one’s career in government.

Trump hit hard when he said “The leader of the Russia investigation, Dianne Feinstein, had a Chinese spy as her driver for 20 years… and she’s leading the Russian ‘witch hunt.’ Isn’t that something? And then she says to me, ‘What did you know about this and that?’ Give me a break.”

Trump also asked, via his favorite social media platform, if Feinstein “will now investigate herself?” Trump just keeps the jokes rolling in like he’s a comedian in a sold-out stadium and everyone’s laughing! But wait, there’s more!

“…Dianne is the person leading our Nation on “Collusion” with Russia (only done by Dems). Will she now investigate herself?” Trump tweeted.

It should be noted that Feinstein is not leading the Russian collusion investigation, but Trump was trying to make a point about it as she’s a highly touted Democratic leader and there she was sitting near a spy for all those years. Did she know about it? We probably won’t ever know the truth behind that.

After Trump tweeted and bashed Feinstein, she then decided to make her own tweet, but that’s when it got worse for her.

“(1/2) The FBI told me 5 years ago it had concerns that China was seeking to recruit an administrative member of my Calif staff (despite no access to sensitive information). I took those concerns seriously, learned the facts and made sure the employee left my office immediately.”

Did they ever! They had a spy driving her around for 20 years? That’s insanity! Also, that’s one good spy to last that long undercover. Imagine how hard it was to not laugh as the spy showed up to events in representation of Feinstein. What did he say? “Hi, I’m here representing Feinstein and sending all this info back to my boss in China, nice to meet you!”

(2/2) Compare that to your actions: attacking the FBI and refusing the advice of your national security team. SAD! I appreciated then and now the diligent work of our law enforcement and intelligence agencies and acted in the best interests of the country. Give it a try!”

Trump is going after people who’ve apparently done things wrong and trying to “drain the swamp” of corruption while Feinstein was sitting by a spy for all those years. Feinstein doesn’t even make sense because she’s just proving Trump’s point by getting rid of the people who might be harmful to his administration, just like she supposedly made sure that person “left my office immediately.”

The other point that is funny because Feinstein nails it home like a steroidal homerun in the early 2000’s, is that the FBI didn’t inform Trump that they were investigating people over the alleged Russian interference of the 2016 election – interference that many voters still don’t know what anyone is talking about because most of us were not influenced by anything Russian at all.

If anything, Trump is highly appreciative of law enforcement and those in the FBI who do their job well. Trump doesn’t like backstabbers or those trying to take him down simply because they don’t like him. It’s not Trump’s fault that he ran for president with no experience and beat Hillary – the lady who had all the experience but not enough people liked her to win the electoral votes needed to become president.

Trump won. Trump loves law enforcement. Trump dislikes anyone who won’t do their job right.

Isn’t that enough?

Now back to that 20-year Chinese spy. What does Feinstein really know about that?


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