It is like the battle of Flodden Field, with Hillary Clinton as Constance De Beverley, Barack Obama as Lord Marmion, and Donald Trump as Sir Ralph De Wilton. (Background: Obama’s Struggle, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, June 27, 2017.)
To mute and to material things
New life revolving summer brings;
The genial call dead nature hears,
And in her glory reappears.
But oh! my country’s wintry state
What second spring shall renovate? 
Constance De Beverley (Hillary Clinton) and Lord Marmion (Barack Obama) forged a letter (RussiaGate) which falsely implicated Sir Ralph De Wilton (Donald Trump) in treason.  And now the decisive battle is being fought in Flodden Field (news outlets).
On the side of Constance De Beverley and Lord Marmion is The Washington Post. They added a salvo to the saga on June 23, 2017, with their story about “Obama’s Secret Struggle”. Like the lengthy poem Marmion, by Sir Walter Scott, the Post’s tale requires careful reading. As the ebb and tide of battle wages on, further dramatis personae have been discovered in the mosaic of RussiaGate.
On October 7, 2016, Susan Rice, National Security adviser, summoned Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak to the White House and handed him a message.  That name, Sergey Kislyak, is an ominous marker: all who come in contact with Sergey can be branded a Pawn of Putin and a colluder. When Sergey walks down the sidewalk, everyone crosses the street to avoid coming in contact.
Moving the Suite
“Moving the suite” was a code word used in the Obama White House. During Obama’s secret struggle to sort out options on RussiaGate, a suite of spaces in the West Wing was occupied by Denis McDonough, White House chief of staff, Susan Rice, and Avril Haines, Deputy national security adviser and former deputy director of the CIA under John Brennan. Securing their support on any national security issue came to be known as “moving the suite.” 
It was a dark and stormy night. Down in the basement of the West Wing, a video feed from the main room coursed through some National Security Council offices, allowing senior aides sitting at their desks to see — but not hear — when meetings were underway. Yet when RussiaGate discussions began, the video feed was shut off! The blacked-out screens were seen as an ominous sign among lower-level White House officials.  Was Sergey Kislyak being smuggled in through a secret passage?
——- Sources ——-
 Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field, by Sir Walter Scott.
 “Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault”, by Greg Miller, Ellen Nakashima and Adam Entous. The Washington Post, June 23, 2017.