Everyone, including President Donald Trump, wants to know who wrote the bombshell op-ed published by The New York Times.
Thursday night, he vented about it at a campaign rally in Montana.
"For the sake of our national security, The New York Times should publish his name at once. I think their reporters should go and investigate who it is," Trump told the crowd. "That would actually be a good scoop."
In the op-ed, the unnamed administration official claims there's "quiet resistance within the administration" and that many "are working diligently from within to frustrate the president's agenda and his worst inclinations."
The White House reportedly has a list of about 12 suspects.
Meanwhile, denials from key administration officials pour in.
"Anyone who would write an anonymous editorial smearing this president, who's provided extraordinary leadership for this country, should not be working for this administration," Vice President Mike Pence told reporters. "They ought to do the honorable thing and they ought to resign."
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