Trump calls for probe of NY Times after critical anonymous column

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“So we will do what we can to steer the administration in the right direction until it’s over”

Trump has launched a round of attacks against the anonymous author and The Times over the op-ed, demanding that the newspaper turn over the author's identity for national security purposes.

This is the week that we learned that there are a group of senior staffers within the White House and administration who are actively working to circumvent President Donald Trump's wishes under the belief that to do what he wants at all times would endanger national security.

"This could be very risky if the person who is talking to the media is actually revealing national security secrets", he added.

WASHINGTON-President Donald Trump said Friday his Justice Department should launch an investigation into what government official penned an anonymous New York Times Op-Edis job.

"I think if we are going to meet, it has to be a fair meeting", Trump said.

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Indeed, the piece seemed written deliberately to send the president down a nasty rabbit hole with rants and recriminations - the exact behavior to which the unknown author objected.

The editorial validated what many have claimed since Trump took office previous year: that a deep state composed of a cabal of unelected officials within the government is undermining the president's agenda and the will of the American people who elected him. ' We have a really well-run, smooth-running White House.

The op-ed writer said "the root of the problem is the president's amorality" and calls Trump's leadership style "impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective".

A number of top Trump advisers have disavowed the piece, which was published on Wednesday without a name in what the Times said was a rare but necessary move to protect the writer. The Trump administration was inundated with over 100 leaks of classified information during the first three months in office, according to a report by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Even liberals that hate me say: "that's bad what they did".

"I do, I do, " he said.

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"A lot of people have said they didn't do, nearly all of the high-level people have said that".

Since the editorial was published, there have been several denials by many of Trump's senior officials with regards to who wrote it, but speculations are rife that Vice President Mike Pence may have authored the editorial.

Trump had threatened to sue the Times when he was running for president in October 2016 because of its story about allegations of sexual assault against women.

The Times has so far refused Trump's demands.

He/she identified themselves only as a "White House senior official" (and may have possibly used specific wording to implicate Vice President Mike Pence). Victor told the Federal Bureau of Investigation she mailed the document to an online news outlet. He also unleashed on Trump's border wall, lack of emergency response after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and immigration laws.

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Obama told students they were coming of age during a remarkable divisive time in U.S. history, but he contended Trump is a "symptom" not the "cause" of the problem.

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