Trumps Hypocrisy on Handling of Classified Material

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Mick, your sequence of events is just so telling and a great picture of what trump has built upon being a great charleton on trying someone in the court of public opinion. I often refer to it as transference...he accuses others as to what he himself is doing. And what he has done is to lie in order to make himself look like the great savior! 

He is the one who has put our nation at risk. We only have to ask him, why have you not taken measures to prevent putin’s Intervention?

 

he has no answer

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Over 100 People in the Trump Administration are viewing Americas Most Classified Secrets and They cannot obtain Security Clearances.................................

 

Here a few of the Dozens of Times Trump Criticized Others for Mishandling Classified Material

 

1. July 5, 2016: During a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, Trump said, "(Clinton) sent vast amounts of classified information, including information classified as top secret. Top secret. OK? And this is where they said that she was extremely careless and, frankly, I say grossly incompetent. She would be such a lousy president, folks. So sad. OK, the lives of American people were put at risk by Hillary Clinton."

 

2. July 6, 2016: Then-candidate Trump tweeted, "Crooked Hillary Clinton and her team 'were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.' Not fit!" In that tweet, he was quoting James Comey, who was the FBI director until Trump fired him last week.

 

3. July 11, 2016: During a speech in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Trump told a crowd that Clinton would not be able to pass a background check. "This was not just extremely careless with classified material, which is still totally disqualifying. This is calculated, deliberate, premeditated misconduct," he said.

"If elected, Hillary Clinton would become the first president of the United States who wouldn't be able to pass a background check," Trump added.
 
4. August 16, 2016: Speaking in West Bend, Indiana, Trump said, "In my administration, I'm going to enforce all laws concerning the protection of classified information."
 
5. September 4, 2016: Trump tweeted: "Lyin' Hillary Clinton told the FBI that she did not know the 'C' markings on documents stood for CLASSIFIED. How can this be happening?"
 
6. September 6, 2016: According to a transcript of a Greenville, North Carolina, speech on the American Presidency Project, Trump said, "Like the Cold War, we also need to fight this battle by collecting intelligence and then protecting our classified secrets."
Talking about Clinton at the same event, Trump said, "We can't have someone in the Oval Office who doesn't understand the meaning of the word confidential or classified."
 
7. September 9, 2016: In a speech, Trump said, "(Clinton) couldn't even remember whether she was trained or handling classified information -- didn't remember anything about it."
 
8. September 13, 2016: During a speech in Clive, Iowa, Trump said Hillary Clinton "put classified information in the reach of our enemies."
 
9. November 3, 2016: In Jacksonville, Florida, Trump said, "It is believed that no less than five foreign intelligence agencies successfully hacked in to Clinton's illegal, unsecure server, which contained classified information, creating an ongoing security threat to the United States."
 
10. February 16, 2017: At a White House press conference, Trump spoke about leaks of his conversation with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto. Trump said, "It was a very confidential, classified call. But I called Mexico. And in calling Mexico, I figured, oh, well that's -- I spoke to the president of Mexico; I had a very good call. All of a sudden, it's out there for the world to see. It's supposed to be secret. It's supposed to be either confidential or classified, in that case."
 
11. March 22, 2017: In an interview with Time magazine, Trump addressed leaks in the early days of his presidency, saying: "Classified. That's classified. You go to prison when you release stuff like that. And who would release that?"
 
 
 

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