Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan: 'Donald Trump Personifies Political Corruption & Malfeasance’

By CNSNews.com Staff | August 17, 2020 | 2:18pm EDT
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(CNSNews.com) - Former Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan sent out a tweet on Aug. 5 saying that President Donald Trump “personifies political corruption & malfeasance.”

Brennan’s tweet included the text of a tweet President Trump had sent out contrasting the relative readiness of Florida and Nevada to handle mail-in voting.

Brennan was appointed CIA director by President Barack Obama in 2013 and left that position on Jan. 20, 2017, the day that President Trump was inaugurated.

“@realDonaldTrump personifies political corruption & malfeasance,” Brennan said in his tweet.

“While the damage he has done to the body & soul of our nation will take years to repair, the road to recovery starts in a few months,” said Brennan.

The Trump tweet that Brennan included with his own said: “Nevada has ZERO infrastructure for Mail-In Voting. It will be a corrupt disaster if not ended by the Courts. It will take months, or years, to figure out. Florida has built a great infrastructure, over years, with two great Republican Governors. Florida, send in your Ballots!”

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