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President Trump is pushing back at The New York Times after the newspaper printed an anonymous op-ed reportedly written by "a senior official in the Trump administration".

On Friday, Trump said he wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate and uncover the identity of the individual who authored the opinion piece.

Among them was Trump's United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley, who wrote her own op-ed Friday that assails her unnamed fellow senior official for taking the "very dangerous" step of outlining how members of Trump's team are hamstringing the president.

The explosive article also claimed that there were early whispers within the Trump cabinet "to invoke the 25th Amendment", prompted by the president's apparent "instability".

One after another, President Donald Trump's top lieutenants have stepped forward to declare, "Not me".

"They're not doing us a service by actively promoting 90pc of the insane stuff that's coming out of this White House, and then saying, "Don't worry, we're preventing the other 10pc".

While some conservative Trump allies on Capitol Hill have said they want to help the president identify the writer, Speaker Paul D. Ryan, said Thursday he is unaware of any role to that end that lawmakers could or should play.

The respected White House chronicler describes a coalition of like-minded aides plotting to prevent the president from destroying the world trade system, undermining national security and sparking wars. The Trump administration was inundated with over 100 leaks of classified information during the first three months in office, according to a report by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. "I would know. I am one of them". "We're looking at it very strongly from a legal standpoint", he said.

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"Our libel laws should be toughened up so you can't do that", he said.

We should find out who it is because why should we live with somebody in the White House who is really subversive in a sense?

The speaker smirked. He agreed that Trump's public threats are just how the president operates.

The author said they were "working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations".

Trump said that it is a disgrace that somebody can publish an anonymous article. Trump is making his second visit to North Dakota's biggest city within 10 weeks to campaign for Senate candidate Kevin Cramer, this time to help Cramer build up his finances. Victor told the Federal Bureau of Investigation she mailed the document to an online news outlet.

Obama told students they were coming of age during a remarkable divisive time in USA history, but he contended Trump is a "symptom" not the "cause" of the problem.

They lined up to deny writing an incendiary New York Times opinion piece that was purportedly submitted by a member of an administration "resistance" movement straining to thwart Trump's most unsafe impulses.