Former U.N. Ambassador Power unmasked ‘hundreds’ in final year of Obama admin

Former U.N. Ambassador Power unmasked ‘hundreds’ in final year of Obama admin
Samantha Power (Image: YouTube screen grab via The View)

[Ed. – But who’s counting? Certainly not the Democrats in Congress, who continue their futile attempt to make hay out of the Russian collusion story while turning a blind eye on the malfeasance committed by Obama and his team.]

Former United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power is believed to have made “hundreds” of unmasking requests to identify individuals named in classified intelligence community reports related to Trump and his presidential transition team, according to multiple sources who said the behavior is unprecedented for an official in her position.

Power was first identified by the Washington Free Beacon last month as a central figure in a congressional investigation into efforts by senior Obama administration officials to obtain classified intelligence information in what many allege was an effort to undermine President Donald Trump and his incoming national security team.

Power is believed to be the anonymous official responsible for “hundreds of unmasking requests during the final year of the Obama administration,” according to current and former U.S. officials who spoke to the Free Beacon about the ongoing investigation.

Efforts by the former Obama administration to obtain the names of Trump allies included in raw intelligence reports have fueled speculation that subsequent leaks to the press were orchestrated by the former administration and its allies in a bid to damage the current White House and smear Trump’s most senior confidantes.

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