Published: Fri, March 10, 2017
Money | By Oscar Reynolds

No reason to believe Trump is target of any investigation: White House

No reason to believe Trump is target of any investigation: White House

"People have the right to express themselves, but I think that we should on a daily basis not just one day a year but 365 days a year appreciate the contributions that women make in all of those categories".

The CIA released a statement on 8 March to say it had no comment on the authenticity of the Wikileaks documents or on the status of any investigation into the source of the Wikileaks documents.

While refusing to confirm or deny the authenticity of supposedly secret Central Intelligence Agency documents released by WikiLeaks, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Wednesday that "this alleged leak should concern every single American in terms of the impact it has on our national security". Spicer said Trump has backed away from the business he owns but that he cares a lot about private businesses.

Spicer's comments came several minutes after he had first implied that the White House was unsure whether the president was a target or not.

"When it was about Hillary Clinton, there was complete outrage".

"Playing with our nation's national security is not something that should be taken lightly by this administration", Spicer said.

WikiLeaks had also published thousands of emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee.

Yet Mr Trump previously encouraged Russian Federation to hack the elections of Hillary Clinton during the campaign trail and praised the hacking of the Democratic National Committee. In other Trump administration news, Sean Spicer is still bad. "I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press".

"There's a very big difference between releasing John Podesta's gmail account where he was undermining Hillary Clinton and talking about her on a personal level and releasing classified information."

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