No. 104 NAI DFA Secretary's Files P48A

Code telegram from Robert Brennan to Joseph P. Walshe (Dublin)
(No. 159)

Washington DC, 11 April 1946

Your telegram 131.1 Inside information subject of consultation is question of whether he remains in office. He is pulling every possible string in his favour. Our friends here all well disposed and wish him out of it, but seem to be powerless because of President Roosevelt's shadow.

Gray has been writing to additional people here on subject of partition. One informant said he would not be surprised if he led delegation of Orangemen into White House.

Why do you not draw up indictment of list all his hostile activities, even if you only send it to me?2

1 See above No. 103.

2 See below Nos. 107 and 108.

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