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Donald Trump, His Comportment And Incompetence: When Is Enough Enough?

Donald Trump, His Comportment And Incompetence: When Is Enough Enough?

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), a frequent Trump critic, expressed skepticism Trump committed a drastic blunder, James Rosen reported.

President Donald Trump is now under fire for reportedly doing the same thing he repeatedly criticized Hillary Clinton for on the campaign trail in 2016: transmitting classified information.

The real scandal here is that classified information is illegally given out by "intelligence" like candy.

Other Republicans were equally vocal against "leakers" of classified information. After giving a recap of the latest developments, such as Israel being the source of the info and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster stating that Trump's sharing of information was "wholly appropriate," Smith then pointed out Trump's previous tweets slamming Clinton.

GOP strategist Ana Navarro said Monday Republicans would be attempting to impeach Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonGOP strategist: "GOP would have "rightly" tried to impeach Clinton for classified disclosure 'Daily Show" resurfaces GOP tweets on mishandling classified info.

Trump shared highly classified information with the Russian foreign minister and Russian ambassador to the USA in a White House meeting last week, The Washington Post first reported Monday.

Trump has also attacked leakers of classified information in the past.

Trump's tweets Tuesday lack any mention of whether the information he shared was classified.

Imagine, further, what would have happened had she invited the ambassador and foreign minister of that hostile government to the Oval Office at the request of their autocratic leader, closed the meeting to US journalists, and claimed to have been tricked when the foreign adversary's media arm released chummy photos from the meeting.

Revealing it "jeopardized a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State", according to the Post - specifically by giving the Russians enough information about the nature of the source to easily identify who or what it is.


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