Whistleblower may have worked with Joe Biden in White House

Cheryl Sanders
October 13, 2019

A former Trump administration official speaking on condition of anonymity told The Examiner that the whistleblower - known to have deep knowledge of Ukraine - could have worked with Biden either at the Central Intelligence Agency or when the individual was detailed to the National Security Council at the White House during the Obama administration.

The whistleblower whose complaint became the catalyst for the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump had a "professional" link to a 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful - and a bombshell report from The Washington Examiner says that candidate is Joe Biden.

The source added that the whistleblower, who has been identified as a Central Intelligence Agency legit, likely briefed Biden on concerns connected to Ukraine and could well maybe like accompanied the worn vp on trips he made to the nation.


In exclusively focusing on Ukraine, Democrats could miss the opportunity to build a stronger case against the president - one that has the potential to sway Senate Republicans who will decide whether to convict Trump if the House votes to impeach.

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Biden's camp slammed the Facebook letter, calling it "unacceptable".


Even third-party fact checkers working with Facebook have debunked the 30-second ad.

Senator Elizabeth Warren last week slammed Facebook over its policies related to the veracity of claims made in political ads.

In their announcement last month Facebook said it would "demote" content that was debunked.


"From now on, we will treat speech from politicians as newsworthy content that should, as a general rule, be seen and heard". "Although none of our staff has come directly from the White House, we have hired people with prior experience on the National Security Council staff for oversight of the agencies, and will continue to do so at our discretion".

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