Need I ask this question after the revelation Donald Trump – CITIZEN – owned nuclear secrets in regards to a foreign nation.
IS M16 SCRUTINIZING TRUMP?
If I was the British Government and M16, I would be wondering if Donald Trump helped Putin in his INVASION of Ukraine, and, did Putin have plans to invade – their nations? If he did, then he would be extremely interested in how Britian would react – wouldn’t he?
Do you think the rightful President of the United States is now – INVOLVED? It is his job as Commander In Chief, to maintain Foreign Relations and Foreign Security. Is there an existing agreement for Britian and the U.S. to watch each other’s backs?
Were there NATO secrets in Trump’s closet? If President Trump was giving foreign advisories TOP SECRET information – before We The People voted – this would be a MOTIVE to steal the election from the Democrats – BECAUSE PUTIN HAD REAL BAD INSIDER INFORMATION ON TRUMP AND SOME REPUBLICANS. Putin would not want the Democrats in POWER – because they honor THE ALLIANCE WITH BRITAIN. M16 is now burning the midnight oil trying to ascertain whether the former President of the United States – WAS COMPROMISED! They should wonder, and have every right to leave no stone un-turned. Their enemies – are the enemies of THE DEMOCRATS!
Was the British Government COMPROMISED?
“According to The Post, which cited several unnamed sources familiar with the search, documents about highly classified operations are supposed to be kept under lock and key and often in a secure facility. Documents are sometimes assigned an officer to monitor their whereabouts.”
Documents like the kind found at Mar-a-Lago require a type of security clearance that sometimes only a couple dozen people have, and often only on a need-to-know basis
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Donald Trump demanded more details from the Justice Department about what the FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago. James Devaney/GC Images© Provided by Business Insider
- Classified documents found at Mar-a-lago required special clearances due to their highly sensitive contents.
- Documents about highly classified operations were supposed to be kept under lock and key.
- Sometimes, only a couple dozen people know about these operations, per The Washington Post.
Classified documents like those found at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home sometimes describe operations so sensitive that as few as a couple dozen people are allowed to view them, and are often only granted clearance on a need-to-know basis, according to a new report from The Washington Post.
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Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was searched by the FBI. Take a look inside his exclusive resort that the public never sees.
- The FBI executed a search warrant on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida on Monday, Trump said in a statement.
- Mar-a-Lago is Donald Trump’s private club in Palm Beach, Florida. The property made a number of headlines and served as the First Family’s gilded getaway throughout Trump’s presidency.
- Here’s a look inside the exclusive resort that the public doesn’t get to see.
The FBI searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach, Florida, Trump confirmed in a statement on Monday.
“These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home…is currently under siege, raided, and occupied by a large group of FBI agents,” the statement read.
The search was first reported by Florida Politics.
During Trump’s presidency, the exclusive resort was often referred to as “the winter White House.”
Now, it’s just his house.
Following the end of his presidential term, Trump decamped to the ornate resort. Reports in 2020 of construction work at the family’s on-property living quarters and Melania Trump touring a local school (presumably for son Barron) stoked rumors of the move long before it was official. Neighbors even publicly spoke about wanting Trump to stay away, though it clearly didn’t deter him.
Mar-a-Lago has hosted a number of high-powered visitors over the years, as it has seemingly always served as the Trump family’s gilded weekend getaway. Mar-a-Lago has served as a lavish backdrop to host important dignitaries with its elaborately decorated halls. It was built to impress.
Case in point: the property was closed for 57 days amid the pandemic after visitors like the press secretary to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Brazil’s Chargé d’Affaires Ambassador Nestor Forster tested positive for the coronavirus in March.
Here’s a look inside the sprawling complex, which was built in the early 20th century, where the Trumps have hosted opulent holiday parties and watched Super Bowls alongside members of the exclusive private club.
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On Tuesday, the news outlet revealed that highly confidential details about a foreign government’s nuclear capabilities were among some of the documents seized by the FBI last month.
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According to The Post, which cited several unnamed sources familiar with the search, documents about highly classified operations are supposed to be kept under lock and key and often in a secure facility. Documents are sometimes assigned an officer to monitor their whereabouts.
On August 8, federal agents searched Trump’s home and discovered more than 10,000 government documents, according to a publicly released inventory. The Department of Justice is investigating whether Trump broke three federal laws, including the Espionage Act.
Insider’s Tom Porter reported the investigations appear to be moving toward criminal charges for Trump, according to a former top counterintelligence official.
On Monday, a federal judge in Florida approved Trump’s request for a court-appointed third party to review the files that were seized from the estate.
Representatives for Trump, The White House, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.