From NBC and CNN: it has been reported by anonymous sources that have been confirmed by witnesses, yet unknown, that aGovernment official may have had a possible communique with somebody else about something.
You are not suppose to know what a spook is.I do know that one of the spooks broke omerta and revealed that they'd been spying on Trump and listening in on his calls. Apparently he heard Trump speaking to a foreign leader - imagine that, the President speaking to foreign leaders - and got so alarmed that he ran to the WashPo and CNN to tell them what was said (in this private official conversation that the spooks weren't supposed to be listening in on).
Is that what you're referring to? Because heads need to roll over that chit.
If we're talking about IC IG reporting to Congress about a whistleblower allegation... IIRC Trump tweeted out that this a) was a #NothingBurger (as far as what was said) and b) was once again an anti-Trump attempt to discredit his administration. But maybe there's more...?My guess is that the OP was referring to the innuendo and supposition - most often completely unsupported by facts - that pass as "news" if and only if it can be negative news about Republicans or Trump.