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The Deep State launched their boldest attack on Donald Trump.

A rogue agent inside the White House published an op-ed in the New York Times saying the Deep State was real and working to stop Trump.

But you will be speechless when you find out who was behind this sneak attack.

Deep State Agent Confesses to Plot against Trump

The anonymous New York Times op-ed rocked Washington.

A Deep State agent buried within the government admitted there is a group of people working against the President.

The author claimed they were trying to stop Trump from putting his agenda in place because it was dangerous to the country.

But Trump campaigned on an “America First” agenda.

And the American people elected him.

The author also claimed the cabinet discussed using the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.

Therefore, the Deep State is not only working against Trump, but the will of the American people.

Many critics said the op-ed was a coup against the President.

They also claimed it proved Trump’s fears about the Deep State correct.

Who Wrote The Op-Ed

Americans began trying to figure out who wrote the op-ed.

Everyone had a theory.

High-ranking Trump officials raced to put out statements denying they were the author.

That did not stop Washington from speculating about the author’s identity.

Former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon appeared on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show.

He gave his theory as to who was behind the op-ed.

Bannon claimed it was a group effort.

He believes six to 12 people actually wrote the piece.

“I don’t think there’s any one author,” he said.

“There are many voices in there … I think that’s a much broader conspiracy than people think. I think it’s probably six to a dozen people,” Bannon continued.

“I mean, there is a coup, like saying there was a coup by General McClellan and his senior leadership in the Union Army to try to thwart what Abraham Lincoln wanted to do in the civil war. You have the exact type of coup right now,” he stated.

“What was said in that anonymous letter was absolutely outrageous. And I think the president ought to make immediate and direct action to find out who the conspirators are,” he said.

He added that although, “White Houses are naturally … cauldrons of different opinions,” most anonymous anti-Trump voices are holdovers from “the Bush administration” or “establishment Republicans.”

Questions about the Author’s Identity

Many Trump supporters do not believe the author is one of the more famous members of the Trump administration.

They suspect it is a low-level official who used the op-ed as a way to score a major book deal.

They also believe the op-ed was part of a coordinated plan to push the fake news that Trump is unfit for office.

The day before the Times published the op-ed, the Washington Post published parts of Bob Woodward’s new book, “Fear.”

Woodward wrote that Trump aides thought he was an idiot and dangerous.

Woodward also claimed Trump aides would sabotage his orders because they thought Trump would destroy the country.

Trump supporters saw the timing as suspect.

They also viewed both the op-ed and Woodward’s book as fake news to help the Democrats win the midterm elections.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.