That's one of those irregular verbs, isn't it?
I give confidential security briefings.
He has been charged under section 2a of the Official Secrets Act.
Lucky the Orange one is above the law.
President Trump recounted minute-by-minute details of the US strike that killed Iran's top military commander during remarks to high-dollar Republican donors at his South Florida estate, according to audio obtained by CNN.www.cnn.com
I think anyone would be arrested for whatever the sceptic OSA is.
As the late Bernard put it so well....
May he negotiate the red tape at the pearly gates swiftly and with minimal paperwork.
You really still don’t get it do you?That's a legal and bureaucratic matter conducted on behalf of the state.
He was being buster gonads on front of a paying audience...
According to the Court case you cited, it is limited to the purpose of determining, "whether an individual is sufficiently trustworthy to occupy a position in the Executive Branch that will give that person access to such information."the right to declassify things isn’t limited to doing it for bureaucratic and administrative reasons
Didn't read your own link did ya?Interesting:
BREAKING: New documents reveal House investigators were tracking a Ukrainian corruption scheme where US aid doubled to Ukraine in 15-16 in exchange for money to the Clinton Foundation .
where does the court case say the power is limited to anything? It doesn’t, it simply offers you an example of what the power extends to...According to the Court case you cited, it is limited to the purpose of determining, "whether an individual is sufficiently trustworthy to occupy a position in the Executive Branch that will give that person access to such information."
Unless you're claiming that all attendees at that talk were not merely party donors but applicants for positions in the EBofG?
Speaking of triggered and TDS. . .where does the court case say the power is limited to anything? It doesn’t, it simply offers you an example of what the power extends to...
although the fact that you lot don’t understand how to read a court case properly should really have been obvious to the rest of us from Hector the Inspector’s continuing inability to identify any actual crimes that Donald Trump has been accused of in his impeachment proceedings. How is that coming along by the way hector? Found any yet?
Oh no I get it.You really still don’t get it do you?
the right to declassify things isn’t limited to doing it for bureaucratic and administrative reasons
it’s for whatever reasons he likes... and do you know why that is?
Its because he’s the ******* President
Its about basic fairnessI can't see why you get your draws in an uproar it's not like you voted for either of them.
Andrew L. Peek is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Iraq and Iran in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs.
John Hyten, the vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said during remarks that North Korea is “building new missiles, new capabilities, new weapons as fast as anybody on the planet.” The commander of US Strategic Command, Air Force Gen.
I agree on fairness but were any of the cases you cited on the direct order of the president and being used to leverage a foreign power to assist in gaining advantage over a political rival.Its about basic fairness
You lot foam at the mouth demanding his head for a crime and when its pointed out his predecessor did it 7 times you whine- so what or whataboutism and never want to acknowledge those inconvenient facts
Pretty much every POTUS has broken the law at some point in their terms, trump is hardly unique in that regard except here. Here it's the Captain Renault hypocrisy fan club
trump broke a law
Off with his head he broke a law
Obama broke 7? well Harrumph rustles the guardian, oh look a squirrel
Exactly those crimes. Like I told you, it falls under the open ended "High Crimes and Misdemeanours" clause.neither “Abuse of power” or “Obstruction of Congress” is identified as a criminal offence under US federal code.
So, I ask again, what Crime is Trump accused of?
Nope, sorry, more revisionist bollocks being spouted - fact was they simply adopted the established wording of the common law of England, that had used the phrase since at least 1386.They deliberately built in a catch all clause to allow their distant descendants a way to discipline or depose a wannabe emperor.
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