Trump’s call to classify Russia’s alliance, Clinton documents spark heated debate online
President Trump Decided Tuesday to approve Classification of all documents related to high school Russia investigation And the FBI investigation into the use of Hillary Clinton a Personal email server While serving as Secretary of State he was embraced by supporters and brushed aside by protesters.
Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce that he wanted all relevant files related to “the biggest political CRIME in American history, Russia Hox.” He said he would like all the documents related to the Clinton email investigation.
“No changes!” He tweeted.
Trump’s request came a day after he was released Walter Reed Medical Center After coming down and staying for a while COVID-19. The presidential election is nearing completion and, according to recent opinion polls, there seems to be some reason to replace Trump.
The president’s announcement led to serious exchanges on social media.
Michael Hayden, the former CIA director general under President George W. Bush, has been embroiled in a public confrontation on Twitter with Richard Grenal, the former executive director of national intelligence under Trump.
Grenell had a tweet Link to exclusive Fox news story John Radcliffe, the administration’s top intelligence official, and John Brennan, the former CIA director, explained to former President Obama about Clinton’s “candidate” plan to use then-candidate Trump’s “plan” to link Russia with Russia.
Grenell, a Trump supporter, tweeted that the report was “evidence” that Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden “led their administration to use government powers to attack.”
“Susan Rice [Obama’s national security adviser] Then email him Oval Office Meeting It was part of the cover-up, ”Grenell wrote.
Speaking about Trump in the past and announcing his support for Biden, Hayden responded to the grenade by saying, “You are a ** hole. In fact. ”
Grenell replied, “You don’t want to be exposed. So you seek a name call. Transparency is not politics.”
Last week, Radliffe Senate Judiciary Committee chairwoman Lindsay Graham wrote in a letter to the RSC that in late July 2016, US intelligence agencies had acquired “intelligence” about Russian spycraft, a campaign plot to incite President-elect Clinton “against Trump.” Approved.
Radcliffe added that US intelligence agencies “do not know the accuracy of this accusation or the extent to which Russian intelligence analysis reflects exaggeration or fiction.”
Trump supporters have long insisted that inquiries into his campaign and change were the result of the Democrats’ failure to win in 2016. Trump supporters hailed the development on Twitter.
Charlie Kirk, co-founder of Turning Point America, said, “I get it straight: Hillary Clinton planned, financed and executed the Russian fraud. Intel agencies knew and explained about Obama … and one more thing seems to worry. Where is Adam Schiff? Where is Rachel Meadow? It’s a blast, and they completely ignore it. ”
Mark Levine, editor of “Life, Liberty & Levine”, tweeted the same Fox News link and said, “Caught red hand! This is great! On March 2, 2017, I told Obama I needed to know. ”
Some Trump critics have underestimated the importance of the announcement to Twitter, and sought to frame it as a last-minute sign of frustration for his campaign.
Garrett M., director of the Aspen Institute’s Cyber Security Program. Groff appeared to be mocking the president’s announcement and mocking the president’s mood after being treated for the corona virus, including the steroid dexamethasone. He asked if Trump’s decision was based on “steroid-induced rage.”
Andrew S., president of the James family and vice president of courses at Carnegie Endowment. Weiss called these developments “gross national security abuses.”
Russian intervention Clinton and former CIA chief John O. The DNI Radcliffe memo states that Trump guided Brennan to classify CIA Docs’ unannounced / unreliable sericultural snippets to disprove the “fraud” pushed by him. He ended the tweet by saying, “#trouble.”
The president’s aides have criticized officials such as FBI Director Christopher Ware and CIA Director Gina Haspel for blocking the release of the documents.
Trump posted on Tuesday, “All the Russian fraud scandals were classified by me a long time ago. Unfortunately for our country, the people have acted very slowly, especially since this may be the biggest political crime in our country’s history.”
“Drama !!!” He tweeted.
Brooke Singhman of the Fox News and the Associated Press contributed to this report
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