Obama’s Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice Requested to Unmask Names of Trump Transition Officials

Obama’s Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice Requested to Unmask Names of Trump Transition Officials. Mike Cernovich was first to break news Susan Rice requested to unmask names of Trump transition officials. He tweeted it about a day before the media even broke news. Liberals like 60 minutes tried to attack his work in the past by calling him “fake news.” Everyone should thank Mike as he gets the last laugh.

Fox News Reports:
Multiple sources tell Fox News that Susan Rice, former national security adviser under then-President Barack Obama, requested to unmask the names of Trump transition officials caught up in surveillance.

The unmasked names, of people associated with Donald Trump, were then sent to all those at the National Security Council, some at the Defense Department, then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and then-CIA Director John Brennan – essentially, the officials at the top, including former Rice deputy Ben Rhodes.

The names were part of incidental electronic surveillance of candidate and President-elect Trump and people close to him, including family members, for up to a year before he took office.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice addresses Libya violence at the White House Monday. (Fox News Photo) Expand / Contract

Rice was ambassador to the UN when she went on Sunday news shows to say the Benghazi attack was prompted by a video. (Fox News Photo)

When names of Americans are incidentally collected, they are supposed to be masked, meaning the name or names are redacted from reports – whether it is international or domestic collection, unless it is an issue of national security, crime or if their security is threatened in any way. There are loopholes and ways to unmask through backchannels, but Americans are supposed to be protected from incidental collection. Sources told Fox News that in this case, they were not.

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