In her new book, “Revolution,” former Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland details how the FBI and the Mueller team hounded her, tried to trap her into a perjury charge, caused mental anguish, and put her family in financial distress all in hopes of incriminating figures in the Trump administration.
Steeped in that traumatic experience, McFarland explains what it’s like to be in the FBI cross hairs and how she avoided criminal charges while keeping her integrity.
McFarland also says her story is a small example of the massive battle raging between an increasingly powerful administrative state and the people through their elected leaders.
She takes us inside one of her first meetings at the National Security Council as staffers simply had no interest in shifting policy from the Obama era to pursue the Trump agenda. And McFarland responds to allegations that Trump has been soft on Russia in general and Vladimir Putin in particular.
Listen to the full podcast, as McFarland tells Greg Corombos about the scope of the problem and how the people can win.