VIDEO: Rush Limbaugh reveals what Obama is doing to sabotage Trump’s administration.


Radio host Rush Limbaugh appeared on Fox News to reveal what Barack Obama is doing to sabotage Donald Trump’s administration.

Daily Wire reported that Limbaugh cited Glenn Greenwald’s depiction of the “deep state” in describing obstruction of Trump’s agenda by federal courts, agencies, and the judiciary. Here’s a partial transcript of his interview with Chris Wallace:

WALLACE: You also use a phrase which I have to say that I only heard for the first time in the last couple of weeks, “the deep state.” And that’s the notion that there’s an Obama shadow government embedded in the bureaucracy that is working against this new president. I think that some folks are going to think that’s right on and some folks will think it’s awfully conspiratorial.  

LIMBAUGH: Well, I would love to claim credit for that, but actually, I think a reporter by the name of Glenn Greenwald at “The Intercept” who has got a relationship with — what’s his name?  Assange. I think he actually coined the term — and I think it works.  

I don’t think — who is driving this business that the Russians hacked the election? It’s the Democrat Party. It’s Hillary. It’s Obama. It’s all those people who just can’t accept —


WALLACE: And you think they’re behind the leaks, too?  

LIMBAUGH: Absolutely. Of course, they are. They’re trying — look, if they can’t win at the ballot box — you know they are down 1,200 seats since 2010. They’ve become a marginal party electorally. All they’ve got is their embeds in the bureaucracy and the judiciary, and they are pulling out all the stops. There’s no question.


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Limbaugh went on to point out that the silver lining is that the mainstream media can never destroy Trump, since they weren’t the ones who made him.

“Trump has a wide berth here, Chris. The media did not make Donald Trump, and they can’t destroy him. But the media thinks, and I — when I say media, let me define it, ABC, CBS, NBC, New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, L.A. Times, the cadre.  

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