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originally posted by: randomthoughts12
a reply to: ThingsThatDontMakeSense
The garbage these headlines spew gets worse everyday. Just by reading the article it reeks of bs.
originally posted by: MysticPearl
a reply to: Grambler
I'll again ask, if true, what is the problem with sharing classified info with an ally for a joint cause? It happens every single day between countries.
Is the assumption Trump shared info that would hurt America? Why? How?
originally posted by: bknapple32
a reply to: Vasa Croe
I think Ive isolated the problem.. Hear me out
Im not doubting McMasters veracity..... What I do believe is... he walked out there with words, written and approved by Trump himself. And lets not make any bones about it, I think its fair to say Trump has a gift of gab and knows whats being said and whats NOT being said.
McMaster went out with trump talking points. And the largest point of them all was never uttered. Just say he did not disclose classified material. I have to assume the right would demand the same question be answered.
'The story that came out tonight is false,' McMaster told a pack of reporters gathered outside the West Wing.
originally posted by: Majic
a reply to: bknapple32
The problem with these stories is if they are true, then the sources are criminals disclosing classified information for public dissemination instead of notifying the proper authorities, such as inspectors general for the agencies involved. If they are false, then the sources are liars.
True or false, there is no case in which the motives behind these stories aren't sinister.
That's a very big problem, and sooner or later, the law is going to catch up with these people.