So, Was It Classified Or Declassified? That Is The Question.
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CNN’s Daniel Dale reviews claims made by former President Donald Trump on his social media platform Truth Social about the FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, in the video published on Aug 15, 2022, “Trump used Obama to defend actions after FBI search. Hear why that isn’t accurate“, below:
Former Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton remarked he had not heard of a standing order of documents removed from the Oval Office and taken into the Trump residence. The Morning Joe panel discusses, in the video published on Aug 15, 2022, “Former National Security Adviser Puts Cold Water On Trump’s Document Claims“, below:
The New York Times’ Charlie Savage along with Yahoo’s Michael Isikoff join Morning Joe to discuss the presidential power to declassify information, in the vide published on Aug 15, 2022, “What A President Can And Can’nt Do In Removing Protections For Secrets“, below:
According to Charlie Savage of The New York Times, Presidential Power To Declassify Information, explained in italics, below:
Are There Formal Procedures For Declassifying Information?
Yes. The 2009 executive order directs the head of the department or agency that originally deemed information classified to oversee declassification review, and it sets some standards for them.
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