Intelligence expert on Trump rants: ‘target starts getting buggy, because he knows that he’s caught’

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Malcolm Nance, counterterrorism expert and intelligence community member who has been deployed to intelligence operations around the world, was on MSNBC this morning to discuss Donald Trump’s tweetstorm and the growing collection of information verifying that Trump aides continually met with Russian officials throughout the campaign and after the election, before Trump took office. Those revelations sent Trump on a accusation-filled Twitter rant this morning, where Trump essentially confirmed a wiretap was in place at Trump Tower. Enter Malcolm Nance this morning who says this is the type of behavior you might expect to see when people know they’ve been caught:

.@MalcolmNance on @amjoyshow on Trump tweets: “This is what happens when a target starts getting buggy, because he knows that he's caught.” pic.twitter.com/y5z211LH46

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) March 4, 2017

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Nance dove into the wiretap accusations, noting that if Donald Trump himself were the target of the wiretap, the intelligence agencies would not have to share that information. Nance calls this moment and Trump’s confirmation of a wiretap a “historic” moment. WATCH:

.@MalcolmNance on Trump: “He knows something's going on…if he thinks his phones were tapped, then he believes we know everything.” pic.twitter.com/Kbd1rNZbuK

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) March 4, 2017

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Donald Trump’s tweetstorm may backfire on him, bigly.

NYT: to obtain a wiretap, DOJ wld need gd evidence of a serious crime or that Trump was an “agent of foreign power” https://t.co/ZRmemv8lZs

— Trip Gabriel (@tripgabriel) March 4, 2017

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If true, this is the biggest scandal in American history. Full stop.

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