By Duncan Smith
Richard Grenell, the former U.S. Ambassador to Germany whom President Donald Trump named as acting director of national intelligence (DNI) and who proceeded to declassify a trove of docs related to ‘Spygate,’ could be in for a new “high-level” position in the administration.
After Grenell takes a short “breather,” the president said, he’ll be back.
And won’t it be just dandy to see Left-wing Democrats lose their minds?
The Washington Examiner has the details:
Trump talked up Grenell, who temporarily filled the role of spy chief before former Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe was confirmed last month, during an interview with the Daily Caller on Friday.
'I don't know, but he'll come back in some form, at a high level. He was fantastic, the job he did,' Trump said. 'He did a fantastic job. So, I believe that justice will be served. I hope that justice will be served, and I believe justice will be served.'
“Rick has represented our Country exceedingly well and I look forward to working with him,” Trump tweeted at the time.
While filling the role, Grenell declassified a variety of documents relating to the Obama administration’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, raising further questions about the origins of the inquiry into the Trump campaign. Trump called Grenell an “all-time great” for his performance in the job.
Marking his departure from the role, Grenell was given his Cabinet chair in the West Wing of the White House by Trump as a token of appreciation.
“'Acting' Cabinet Secretaries do not get chairs but President Trump wanted me to have mine because, as he said, 'You are the First Openly Gay Cabinet Secretary and it's a big deal,'” Grenell said in a post on Instagram.
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