The ex-chief of the CIA just humiliated Trump in a heroic response to his AM attack against Mueller

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President Trump started his day off with a particularly unhinged tweetstorm, unleashing three messages rapid-fire that read very much like the desperate thrashings of a guilty man who sees the walls closing in around him.

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The tweets were a soupy mess of conspiracy theories about Special Counsel Robert Mueller, “fake news,” and Hillary Clinton’s emails. You could throw darts at a board covered in past Trump tweets and string together a more coherent thought than the embarrassing hodgepodge on display this morning.

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Perhaps most laughably, Trump pretended to care about the cost of Mueller’s investigation, pegging it at $30,000,000. In reality, the enormous value of the assets seized from former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort means that Mueller might actually turn a profit for the government.

It’s also, of course, worth mentioning that this is the same president who continues to waste millions of American tax dollars golfing, the same president who wasted $210,000,000 deploying the U.S. military to the Mexican border in a tawdry midterms election stunt. Fiscally minded, he is not.

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Now, Trump’s pathetic tweets have received the response they deserve. John Brennan, former CIA Director and consistent critic of the current administration, took to Twitter to succinctly and accurately describe Trump’s latest tweets as clear proof of his “feelings of inferiority, insecurity, vulnerability, and culpability.”

Brennan added that Trump reminds him of behavior displayed by “many corrupt authoritarian leaders abroad” before they were removed from power. He ended the brutal response tweet by saying that Robert Mueller will go down in history as a revered figure and Trump will be scorned.

Brennan should be commended for defending Mueller against the false aspersions Trump is flinging at him. The president cannot be allowed to spread his misinformation freely, and it’s up to all of us to follow Brennan’s lead and contest him at every turn.

Robert Haffey

Robert Haffey is a political writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.

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