NEW YORK (World News Bureau) - In the latest bombshell to hit the Trump administration, the New York Times says it has received information from anonymous high-ranking U.S. intelligence officials that Melania Trump is purposely or inadvertently spying for Russia.
An excerpt from the article published Wednesday:
This publication has received credible information from senior U.S. intelligence personnel that Mrs. Trump has been actively eavesdropping on her husband's personal conversations through the use of Russian KGB listening devices. This information comes from photographic evidence of Mrs. Trump ingesting Russian caviar, a substance that could be used to conceal miniaturized listening devices. The fact that Russia has a history of attempting to downsize covert listening devices is well known within the U.S. intelligence community and points strongly to the likelihood that Mrs. Trump has been either knowingly or unknowingly engaging in activities to compromise U.S. security at the highest levels. Furthermore, there is overwhelming evidence that President Trump is aware of his wife's use of this Russian caviar, possibly making him culpable as well.
The White House has yet to respond to these latest allegations.
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