Trump's presidency has produced a small army of whistleblowers — and they're secretly working with House Democrats
President Donald Trump addresses the National Association of Attorneys General in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC on March 4, 2019. (AFP / Mandel NGAN)

The Democrat-controlled House Oversight Committee now claims that it is secretly in contact with "dozens" of people inside and outside the Trump administration who wish to expose its wrongdoing.

House Democrats told The Atlantic that "there is a small army of whistleblowers from across the government who have been working in secret with the House Oversight Committee to report on alleged malfeasance inside the Trump administration."

A senior aide from the panel said that there are "dozens" of whistleblowers cooperating with the committee who either currently or previously worked within Donald Trump's administration.

Veterans of the panel told The Atlantic's Russell Berman that "the number of whistleblowers who’ve come forward since Trump became president is far higher than the number who cooperated with the panel in previous administrations."

"The biggest difference wasn't necessarily us switching to the majority," the Democratic aide told him. "The biggest difference was Donald Trump being elected president."

Read the entire report via The Atlantic.