Ingraham: New WikiLeaks Release Could Be ‘Really Damning’ for Intelligence Agencies

‘Our intelligence agencies are using countries like Russia as scapegoats when it’s really them’

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INGRAHAM: " -- definitely the administration, I’m saying specifically ordering it. That’s what they’re hanging this all along, they did it didn’t at the briefing today. They went around and around with Sean Spicer on this. I think too little or no effect. What you see happening now in Washington is that Donald Trump is moving forward on his key agenda items. If there’s a lot of disagreement on those agenda items, even among Republicans as we are seeing with the ObamaCare fight. He is moving forward, he needs to keep doing that. This Russia bombshell with WikiLeaks today, if that’s a verified, it looks like it’s verified, the intelligence agencies — It’s really if it’s true because part of what was revealed is that our intelligence agencies are using countries like Russia as scapegoats when it’s really them."

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