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Reports Say Trump Offered Sidney Powell Special Prosecutor Job But His Aids Are Blocking Her!


Our President is a man surrounded by the Swamp.

I think even our President has been shocked at how deep the Swamp runs.

People in his closest circle are now being exposed as working against him.

Even people like Mitch McConnell, who President Trump personally helped win his last election, have turned on him at the first chance they got.

Does ANYONE have any wisdom or courage?

It seems as though Trump, Powell, Flynn, Giuliani, Lindell and Byrne may be the last 6 people truly fighting for the future of this Nation.

Here’s the latest:

From my friends over at The Gateway Pundit:

Attorney Sidney Powell told The Zenger News that she was offered verbally the position of special counsel by President Trump at the Friday night meeting in the Oval Office.

Sidney then added that President Trump’s closest advisors are blocking her from seeing the president or presenting him with paperwork to make it official!

And from MSN:

Pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell said Thursday that the president’s aides are preventing her from being in contact with President Trump and coordinating his efforts to overturn election results in battleground states around the country.

In an interview with Zenger News, Powell said she had heard only radio silence from the White House following her meeting with the president in the Oval Office on Friday, seemingly confirming that she was unable to speak to Trump when she visited the White House on Sunday.

“I’ve been blocked from speaking to or communicating with the president since I left the Oval Office on Friday night,” Powell told Zenger’s David Martsoko, “by apparently everyone around him.”

Powell also said she was verbally offered the position of “special counsel” by Trump during Friday’s meeting, but has been unable to present him with paperwork to make it official.

“I am not a Robert Mueller-style special counsel,” Powell told Zenger News, adding:”[T]here was a discussion about me being a special White House counsel.”

“It has not come to pass, because it seems it was blocked after Friday night, or undone, or I’m not sure what you’d call it,” she added.

And from Newsweek:

President Donald J. Trump says he wants a lawyer to probe “election theft,” but the president’s leading candidate, Sidney Powell, says she has been barred from the White House by the president’s own chief of staff.

While Powell and the president discussed the role last Friday in a contentious four-and-a-half-hour Oval Office meeting, she says, insiders opposed her appointment, sometimes shouting defiantly at the president. Powell’s on-the-record account reveals a White House riven by internal feuding, and a growing divide between the president’s most senior staff and his most devoted outside supporters.

By Saturday morning, Powell says, the president’s most senior aides had declined to give her a Secret Service-issued pass to come and go from the West Wing. “I’ve been blocked from speaking to or communicating with the president since I left the Oval Office on Friday night,” she says, “by apparently everyone around him.”

During the Zenger interview, conducted on video in a 7th-floor suite at the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC, Powell said she has had no contact with Trump since the Dec. 18 meeting.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany declined to comment on the record about whether any senior officials, including Chief of Staff Mark R. Meadows, National Security Advisor Robert C. O’Brien and White House Counsel Pat A. Cipollone, have intervened to keep Powell out of the White House. All three participated in Friday’s meeting, which devolved into chaos and finger-pointing about who was—or was not—serving Trump’s interests. Powell confirmed that former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael T. Flynn accompanied her to the Oval Office.

O’Brien and Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph S. Giuliani participated via telephone. Other aides walked in and out of the Oval Office periodically; they could not be identified by Zenger’s reporting. A message to Giuliani seeking comment was not returned. Asked to confirm Giuliani took part, his attorney Bob Costello said, “I don’t know the answer to that.”

All I can say is…..get your popcorn ready:


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