So This is Why President Trump Didn’t Tell His Staffers He Was Firing Comey 

At this point, President trump must be thinking that he has very few aides in the White House that can be trusted NOT to leak information. The decision for the firing of FBI Director James Comey was held until an hour before he was to be notified. Look at how many leaks the Washington Post said they got in that one hour! It is unbelievable. At this point, I would support a move to fire all his staff and start over. This is no way to run a railroad.

As Written By Peter Hasson for the Daily Caller:

President Trump’s decision to keep his staff in the dark regarding his firing of then-FBI director James Comey was motivated by his concern that staffers would leak the news to the press, according to a report in the Associated Press.

While weighing whether or not to fire Comey, Trump kept his staffers out of the loop because he feared “that his own team would leak the decision,” according to the AP. Trump gave the White House communications team just one hour’s notice of Comey’s firing, leading to a poor public defense of the decision.

When Trump did tell his staffers of Comey’s firing, the news leaked to the press before Trump’s letter firing Comey could arrive at the FBI’s Washington, D.C. office.

Shortly after Comey’s firing, The Washington Post quoted an extraordinary thirty anonymous sources “at the White House, the Justice Department, the FBI and on Capitol Hill, as well as Trump confidants and other senior Republicans,” for a story titled, “Inside Trump’s anger and impatience — and his sudden decision to fire Comey.” The leakers portrayed neither the president nor his decision to fire Comey in a ……

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Why Trump Didn’t Tell His Staffers He Was Firing James Comey | The Daily Caller

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