An "orderly transition"; who are you kidding?
Let's study what the previous administration did to this President
1. They opened an ESPIONAGE investigation of Trump's campaign WITHOUT PREDICATE
2. They sent a spy (Halper) to secretly record Trump campaign officials
3. Halper, paid hundreds of thousands dollars by the Obama admin, gave false evidence to the FBI against Trump's closest advisor @GenFlynn
4. Halper lured Trump campaign advisors outside the United States, piled them with drinks, used an FBI "honeypot"
5. FBI twisted the information Halper obtained from secretly recording Trump campaign officials, together with manufactured dossier, to obtain surveillance warrant on Trump's team
6. First warrant was obtained just before the election. It was renewed 3 times, well into 2017
7. FBI concealed from court that they used a fictitious "dossier" paid for by Hillary, to get surveillance
FISA Court ruled those surveillance warrants on Trump's team were illegal.
8. The FBI continued the baseless "Trump-Russia Collusion" investigation long after the election
9. The FBI leadership ("7th Floor") directed that the investigation of Trump's team continue well into 2017 for political reasons.
10. Obama admin were fully briefed.
11. Special Counsel Mueller was appointed despite full knowledge that there was no collusion.
12. Don't forget: the Logan act, unmaskings, use of national security briefings to spy on the Trump admin, obstruction trap by Comey etc etc.
13. All of this was accompanied by the press leaks of classified information.

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Not much truth here. In fact, none.

Hope the Senate will nail him today.

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Although the FBI knew that the story about me and Halper was a lie and not plausible on its face, they kept the investigation going into 2017 based on this lie--that Flynn colluded with Russia through me.
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