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Reason: None provided.

Yes it is. The President declassifies on the fly. His orders of declassification in January should have been followed but the agencies violated the law in not doing it. It was a subversion of authority to refuse because that is his ultimate power. That was proven when Trump talked to the Russians about a new liquid bomb plan (that can be used by terrorists) that was found in a raid I believe in Syria. Trump wanted to warn the Russians about a new potential threat but by doing so informed them of a classified intel operation and raid. The President can give secrets unwittingly or not and it was declared that the President declassifies on the spot.
Also consider this: if a President puts the country in danger by revealing all secrets to an enemy during war for example, the elected representatives can impeach the President for misdemeanour. But there’s no authority above the President to decide what secret must be kept. The President was elected, the federal agencies and the pentagon aren’t.

114 days ago
4 score
Reason: None provided.

Yes it is. The President declassifies on the fly. His orders of declassification in January should have been followed but the agencies violated the law in not doing it. It was a subversion of authority to refuse because that is his ultimate power. That was proven when Trump talked to the Russians about a new liquid bomb plan (that can be used by terrorists) that was found in a raid I believe in Syria. Trump wanted to warn the Russians about a new potential threat but by doing so informed them of a classified intel operation and raid. The President can give secrets unwittingly or not and it was declared that the President declassifies on the spot.
Also consider this: if a President puts the country in danger by revealing all secrets to an enemy during war for example, the elected representatives can impeach the President for misdemeanour. But there’s no authority above the President to decide what secret must be kept.

114 days ago
4 score
Reason: Original

Yes it is. The President declassifies on the fly. His orders of declassification in January should have been followed but the agencies violated the law in not doing it. It was a criminal act to refuse. That was proven when Trump talked to the Russians about a new liquid bomb plan (that can be used by terrorists) that was found in a raid I believe in Syria. Trump wanted to warn the Russians about a new potential threat but by doing so informed them of a classified intel operation and raid. The President can give secrets unwittingly or not and it was declared that the President declassifies on the spot.

114 days ago
1 score