‘We have been restrained. We have got to get rid of ISIS,’ Trump tells the CIA as he hints at the gloves coming off in the war on terror – and buries claims of rift with spies as ‘dishonest’

Sunday, January 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

President Trump goes to Langley, Virginia, and addresses hundreds of CIA employees in his first official stop of first full day in office
He spoke about fighting ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ and said: ‘We have not used the real abilities that we have. We’ve been restrained.’
‘You’re going to go to it, and you’re going to do a phenomenal job. But we’re going to end it. It’s time,’ he said
Also went out of his way to bury problems with intelligence community over dirty dossier of claims of a Russian tape of filth
He said the media were to blamed and ‘they are among the most dishonest human beings on earth’

By David Martosko, US Political Editor
21 January 2017

Donald Trump told a room full of Central Intelligence Agency employees on Saturday that they will play an integral role in ridding the world of the ISIS terror army, and that he will give them a longer leash to get the job done.

The approving encouragement came at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, as Trump made the first official stop of his first full day as America’s president.

And he insisted that ‘dishonest’ reporters had overplayed reports that he was feuding with the U.S. Intelligence Community over allegations that Russian hacking aided his November election win.

‘We’ve been fighting these wars for longer than any wars we’ve ever fought,’ Trump said, apparently in reference to the global war on jihadi extremists that has surpassed officially ‘declared’ wars in length and cost.

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