Acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Richard Grenell slammed The Washington Post on Monday over a report that claimed that President Donald Trump was presented with numerous warnings from U.S. intelligence agencies in January and February about the coronavirus outbreak in China.
H/T: The Daily Wire
“But the alarms appear to have failed to register with the president, who routinely skips reading the PDB and has at times shown little patience even for the oral summary he now takes two or three times per week, according to the officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss classified material,” The Washington Post published. “The frequency with which the coronavirus was mentioned in the PDB has not been previously reported, and U.S. officials said it reflected a level of attention comparable to periods when analysts have been tracking active terrorism threats, overseas conflicts or other rapidly developing security issues.”
“This isn’t true,” Grenell tweeted. “And we told you this before you wrote. And you put the DNI denial of your premise in paragraph 9.”
This isn’t true. And we told you this before you wrote. And you put the DNI denial of your premise in paragraph 9. https://t.co/kVYJvGxL0r— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) April 28, 2020
2. So the only reason thede “media” outlets persist in lying and propagandizing is to sway the public with Democrat talking points in hopes of electing Biden in November.https://t.co/mCgpHk60IX— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) April 28, 2020