President Trump’s private phone calls to leaders of Mexico and Australia were leaked to The Washington Post. But rather than be angry that sensitive information was leaked that could damage national security, New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is upset that Trump referred to her state as a “drug-infested den.” Here was the president’s direct quote:

We have the drug lords in Mexico that are knocking the hell out of our country. They are sending drugs to Chicago, Los Angeles, and to New York. Up in New Hampshire — I won New Hampshire because New Hampshire is a drug-infested den — is coming from the southern border”

Shaheen is so angry, she took to Twitter to prompt Trump for an apology:

So, she is upset that Trump told the truth and then turns around and admits there is a crisis in her state? That doesn’t make a lick of sense!

But here’s the real question: What is New Hampshire going to do about the drugs while the state leaders spend so much time being outraged at the president?

I guess the truth hurts Democrats when the cover is pulled back and everyone gets to see the mess they’ve been hiding. Sen. Shaheen should be happy that a president is trying to do something about the state’s drug problem, unlike his predecessor, who gave guns to cartel members and ignored the growing opioid crisis.

To make matters worse, Shaheen joined MSNBC Chris Matthews and actually said it was OK for someone to leak Trump’s private phone calls with world leaders. Now that’s just shameful, don’t you agree?

Source: 100 Percent Fed Up

Senator Jeanne Shaheen justifies leaking phone conversations of President Trump! She says that Trump’s tweeting is “a problem” and that it’s a “serious situation”.

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews asked Shaheen what she thought of officials leaking the conversations:

“My experience is that when people feel like they need to leak something like that, it’s because they have concerns about what’s going on and I think that’s one of the challenges.”

“When we have a president who tries to make national security policy or foreign policy through tweeting, then we have a problem, and my guess is that’s why people are leaking this kind of information, because they want the public to know how serious this situation is.”

Watch this segment below:

Sorry, Jeanne, there’s no apology forthcoming. If you don’t like Mr. Trump’s New York-style of communication, then you need to get over it or find another job.

The rest of us will go about making America great again.

What do you think of Shaheen’s fake outrage over Trump calling out her state’s nasty drug epidemic? Do you think her feelings were really hurt? Or is she looking for an excuse to blame Trump for something she hasn’t helped fix? Share your opinions below in the comment section and add this article to your Facebook/Twitter timeline.

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