Pence: Soleimani Strike Intel Too Super Secret (Nonexistent) to Share with Congress

When you got nothing but lies, lie some more

Vice President Mike Pence responded Thursday to lawmakers, including Republicans, who lamented the lack of information shared by the Trump administration during classified congressional briefings on the killing of top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, saying the intelligence was too sensitive to share.

Speaking with NBC’s “TODAY,” Pence told Savannah Guthrie that they could not share with Congress some of the “most compelling” intelligence behind the administration’s decision to kill Soleimani because doing so “could compromise sources and methods.”


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