The raw material of this process are petty leaks, the sort that have been dribbling out for months, showing slight discrepancies in words and positions, which are simply natural in large organisations. Unfortunately the Trump administration can't shut down the lying media and gulag all the criminal journalists involved in this clearly anti-democratic process, but they can do something to stop the leaks.
The main thing for Trump to do is to root out the disloyal and replace them with the loyal, and then go on the offensive by highlighting the many sins of his opponents and then drain the swamp.
It is good to see that he is getting some help from Alt-Lite investigative news site Got News, which has now identified the main leakers as General "Slaphead" McMaster, the National Security Adviser (identified recently by Alex Jones as a gay "leather daddy") and Dina Habib Powell, an Egyptian woman, sometimes described as the Republican Huma Abedin, who is McMaster's deputy.
Two separate National Security Council sources have confirmed that National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster and Deputy National Security Advisor Dina Powell have been leaking negative material about President Donald J. Trump to their allies in the anti-Trump media, GotNews can exclusively report.“It’s very hard when your boss, the President, and your boss, the NSC advisor, see the world so differently,” says one staffer, who opposes regime change in Syria.Staffers on the National Security Council describe a culture of intimidation, especially for those who didn’t come in under McMaster and support the Trump campaign’s commitment to put America First.“It’s like the Bush years never ended,” notes one staffer who didn’t come in under McMaster. “I didn’t sign up for this shit and the American people didn’t vote for it.”
Got News has an excellent track record in tracking down leakers in the Trump White House, and President Trump himself is known to be a reader. Now it looks like they have struck gold again by shining the spotlight on the latest two traitors in the nest.