Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, told LIU Post students and faculty Friday that President Donald Trump “needs adult supervision” when he uses Twitter to prevent him from making “unfounded accusations” against political rivals.
In a question-and-answer session with students on the Brookville campus, Schiff also accused Trump of “slandering” former Obama administration National Security Adviser Susan Rice. Trump said Rice may have committed a felony by unmasking the names of Trump campaign operatives caught in surveillance by U.S. intelligence services.
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“My advice to the president’s kids is take the keys away from dad,” Schiff said. “Stop letting him drive his Twitter account and make sure there is adult supervision of those tweets because they are doing tremendous damage.”
Rice requested the identities of individuals in raw intelligence reports involving members of Trump’s campaign and transition, according to news reports that cited anonymous U.S. officials.
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