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'Anonymous' White House 'insider' identified and will soon be gone, says DiGenova

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Told New York Times he was 'insider' working against the president

 February 11, 2020

The North Portico of the White House is seen during a snow flurry Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 7, 2020, in a mix of snow and rainy weather in the Washington, D.C. area. (Official White House photo by Tia Dufour)

The White House has identified the "anonymous" White House insider behind the tell-all book and New York Times op-ed critical of President Trump and soon will be gone.

That's according to former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova, who said that he and his wife, attorney Victoria Toensing, were informed by a senior government official.

DiGenova declined to reveal more details in an interview with WMAL's "Mornings on the Mall," the Washington Examiner reported.

The disclosure came days after the White House dismissed Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, an impeachment witness, and his identical twin brother from the National Security Council.

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There was no immediate response from the White House.

The Examiner said DiGenova and Toensing have been working with Rudy Giuliani, President Trump's lawyer, to uncover evidence that former Vice President Joe Biden held up to $1 billion in loan guarantees from Ukraine to help his son escape a potential corruption investigation.

It was Trump's request for assistance from Ukraine in investigating the Biden matter that triggered the whistleblower complaint and the subsequent impeachment of the president that ended last week with his acquittal by the Senate.

Joe Biden is on video boasting that he threatened the withholding of $1 billion in U.S. aid if the Ukrainian president didn't fire the general prosecutor, who was investigating the corrupt firm paying Hunter Biden $83,000 a month,

The identity of "anonymous" has not been confirmed.

In a 2018 New York Times op-ed, the official claimed there was an internal "resistance" inside opposing the agenda of the president.

Trump's supporters later identified similar moves by Democrats simply to undermine him.

The book by "Anonymous" included a list of wild claims for which little evidence has appeared.

In the Times op-ed, the official wrote, "Many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations."

The Times didn't provide any supporting evidence or documentation that the person actually was a senior official, except to say the paper knew his or her identity.

Among the claims were that the Cabinet discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump, "but no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis."