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Former Clinton Advisor: Obama Runs Secret ‘War Room’ Blocks from White House

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Dick Morris, former political advisor to President Bill Clinton, is out with detailed intel on what exactly Barack Obama is up to these days in his ‘soft coup’ against Donald Trump.

We reported in the early months of the year that there was a coordinated campaign by Obama and his staffers to mount a ‘deep state’ operation of disruption in order take down the Trump administration.

Now Morris is putting flesh on those bones with specifics about how Obama and his lieutenants are running a secret war room about two miles from the White House.

The operation conducts daily conference calls with a network of former Obama officials who coordinate on messaging with organization heads and other liberal movers with the chief aim in mind of protecting Obamacare from repeal and to prop up Obama’s legacy against Trump’s agenda of dismantling it.

More details to come…

Here’s more from BizPacReview…

A former adviser to President Bill Clinton says there is a secret war room, run by the staff of former President Obama, miles from the White House that is designed to bring down President Donald Trump.

In a YouTube video shared on Thursday, Dick Morris, who worked for former President Clinton, said, “there is indication that Obama has set up a secret operation in a war room just about 2 miles from the White House.”  The staff consists of former Barack and Michelle Obama aides among others, and has two conference calls daily to create talking points against the president, held at 8:30 am and 9:45 am, according to Morris.

On the call are Andrew Slavitt, who served as the head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and former Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who also headed Health and Human Services, as saving Obamacare is of paramount concern.

“There operation is just a few blocks from the Capitol and it’s in a war room run by Leslie Dash, one of (former President) Obama’s top health care officials. Coordinating a nationwide anti-repeal campaign by liberal think tanks, local resistance groups — sympathetic governors, Medicaid insurance lobbyists, Democratic activists, pollsters and academics. It was conceived in the hours after (President) Trump was elected in November and the group called itself Protect Our Care,” Morris said.

 

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