Joe Biden’s Spygate-Linked Top Aide Hoped for Resistance Within Trump’s Cabinet, ‘Purging’ Nationalists

Saturday, June 8, 2019
By Paul Martin

by AARON KLEIN
BREITBART.COM
8 Jun 2019

WASHINGTON — In social media remarks that got little attention, Colin Kahl, who served as Vice President Joe Biden’s national security adviser, called for “purging or marginalizing the ‘Axis of Ideologues’ in the West Wing” in order to ensure what he described as “any hope of a sane foreign policy” during the Trump administration.

Kahl took to Twitter to make those little noticed remarks on March 11, 2017, two months after he departed the White House along with the rest of the Obama administration for the incoming Trump team.

He opined that the so-called “ideologues” have an agenda “on migration, ‘radical Islam,’ & trade appeal” that must be marginalized.

Kahl’s call to arms against White House officials with whom he maintains policy differences gives a window into his mindset. It takes on renewed significance in light of a Breitbart News report from yesterday highlighting that the Biden senior White House adviser participated in the secretive and highly compartmentalized early principals’ meetings that took place at the White House to discuss the controversial early stages of the Russia investigation, according to a book. Kahl attended the meetings to keep Biden informed of matters that transpired inside, the book related.

The matter is also newly relevant in light of renewed scrutiny over Biden’s role during the Obama administration’s initial operations related to the Russia probe.

Attorney General William Barr has over the past two weeks made a series of public comments that the U.S. administration’s early handling of the Russia investigation may itself raise questions. He noted that it was first handled at a “very senior level” and then by a “small group.” Barr recently appointed a U.S. attorney to investigate the origins of the Russia collusion claims.

Kahl served as Biden’s national security adviser from October 2014 to January 2017.

Taking to Twitter in March 2017, Kahl unleashed a series of tweets explaining the need to “purge” officials who were inside the Trump administration at the time, singling out then-chief strategist Steve Bannon, senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller, then-senior national security official Michael Anton, then-deputy assistant to the president Sebastian Gorka and then-deputy national security adviser K. T. McFarland.

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