The Trump administration is fighting back against sabotage efforts by Deep State bureaucrat, launching a new offensive to track down, and prosecute, those who illegally leak sensitive information.
Since taking office, the Trump White House has been targeted by D.C. career bureaucrats who have been leaking damaging information to the mainstream media, often in violation of the law.
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Fox News reports:
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein acknowledged Sunday that “anybody who breaks the law” — including White House staffers and members of Congress — could be prosecuted, as the Justice Department heightens its efforts to stop leaks of classified information.
Rosenstein made the comments on “Fox News Sunday,” amid a torrent of damaging leaks to President Trump’s administration and several days after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the department has expanded efforts to crack down on the problem…
..He also confirmed Sessions’ assessment Friday that the department is pursuing roughly three times as many leaks investigations, or referrals, compared to the previous Obama administration, though he repeatedly declined to give specific numbers.
And he confirmed Sessions’ statement that the FBI has created a new unit to handle the investigations.