Two White House insiders have blown the whistle on a conversation during a private meeting between President Trump and Obama, in which the former president tried to persuade his successor to help cover-up his illegal "deep state" surveillance practices.Former Trump Campaign officials Corey Lewandowski and Dave Bossie have leaked details of the conversation that took place during the transition of power, where Obama tried to convince Trump not to hire Michael Flynn as head National Security Council as the ex-POTUS knew Flynn could do damage to the permanent power structures of his intelligence agencies.Trump and his administration reportedly suspected Obama's intentions to be "sinister" and likely an attempt to put his presidency "on its heels early out of spite."The pair made the revelations in a new book titled, "Trump's Enemies: How the Deep State Is Undermining the Presidency," in which they highlight a growing list of Trump's deep state enemies, including Russian dossier author Christopher Steele, crooked former FBI agent Peter Strzok, virtue-signaling Senator Cory Booker - and the whistleblowing authors lay bare the lengths those who revile him have gone to undermine and destroy the president.
According to the Daily Mail, Corey Lewandowski, Trump's campaign manager, and Dave Bossie, deputy campaign manager and part of the transition team, detail the "profound arrogance of power-hungry reptiles who think that they're more important than the votes of more than 60 million people."
And "to stop Trump from winning the election over Hillary," they write, "Clinton, the FBI and DOJ—which were run by Trump-hating FBI agents—ran an operation from New York City to London to Moscow, hoping to catch members of the Trump campaign in some kind of 'collusion' with the Russians."Few in the anti-Trump camp are spared in the authors' condemnation of those who tried to thwart Trump's election to the presidency and denigrate his accomplishments since - including former president Obama
They describe how President Obama and President-elect Trump sat talking for a long time in the Oval Office, stretching what was supposed to have been a ninety-minute meeting into a freewheeling session that went well beyond three hours. "You might have seen pictures of that day—all smiles, backslapping, and friendly handshakes. By all accounts, President-elect Trump truly enjoyed his meeting with President Obama that afternoon.