Malcolm Nance told MSNBC that Trump's war on anything credible in America is going to damage national security and get someone killed.
Malcolm Nance expressed his disgust at the White House mocking dying John McCain. Nance pointed out that the lack of decency and respect shown in those comments come straight from the top and Trump.
"He may not even know that he is an asset under your control until you pull that string, and then suddenly you need him to do things for you – and they do."
"If this is the strategy that they're going to go to ... then we have got a crisis in national security going on."
Unable to defend the content of the actual meeting, the analyst just repeatedly held up funny pictures of Rob Goldstone, the man who arranged the meeting.
As the Russia scandal continues to hang over the White House, Trump and his staff would be smart to take it more seriously.
"What did he intend to transmit through Russia's secure cryptographic systems to communicate with Vladimir Putin? The presidential daily briefing? The nuclear codes?"
"People are less worried than they were six weeks ago, less afraid," one German official said, according to the report. "Now they see the clownish nature.”
"The White House should be going through a full lifestyle polygraph to determine was Michael Flynn just an individual liar or did he have accomplices?"
Malcolm Nance highlighted Sally Yates testifying that the Russians have their own transcript of Flynn call and can blackmail the Trump White House if they lie.
"The man who's responsible for complete oversight of the U.S. intelligence process is clueless about what surveillance is."
According to intelligence expert Malcolm Nance, House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Devin Nunes's attempt to give Trump cover has made things worse for the White House because the former Trump transition official has disqualified himself from any Trump investigation.
The big winners at the House Intelligence Committee hearing on Russia were Democrats, who were on the offensive, while Republicans were left to deflect and offer a non-defense of Trump.
"We've got a very serious problem here. This man may be in a position where he will start causing true harm to American democracy."
On MSNBC's AM Joy, intelligence and counterterrorism expert Malcolm Nance dropped an insightful shocker. Nance interpreted President Trump's behavior of that of a target who is getting buggy because they know that they are caught.
"These people need to start getting lawyers and cutting deals because when we have both sides of the conversation, you are gonna get caught."
Sound familiar? Malcolm Nance described the kind of person the KGB sought out to manipulate, "This is who the KGB targeted for recruitment. Egocentric people, who lack moral principles, who are either too greedy or who suffer from exaggerated self importance. These are the people KGB wants and finds easiest to recruit."