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Here’s PROOF Trump Did NOT Give Russians Classified Information

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An explosive report in the Washington Post alleging that President Donald Trump shared classified information with Russian officials has been dominating the headlines. However, when Hillary Clinton undeniably did the same on live television — in front of millions — we didn’t see the same media firestorm. As you may remember, in the third presidential debate, she revealed that when it comes to nuclear weapons, “There’s about four minutes between the order being given and the people responsible for launching nuclear weapons to do so. And that’s why 10 people who have had that awesome responsibility have come out and, in an unprecedented way, said they would not trust Donald Trump with the nuclear codes or to have his finger on the nuclear button.”

Yeah – the intelligence community wasn’t too happy about her leaking that information publicly.

And of course, that’s in addition to the hundreds of times Hillary shared classified information over her private email server.

The Washington Post was never concerned with that, but they were concerned that Trump allegedly gave classified information to Russian officials regarding ISIS. According to their report, in Trump’s meeting with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, “Trump went off script and began describing details of an ISIS terrorist threat related to the use of laptop computers on aircraft.”

Yes – that’s what the outrage is over. Oh – and did I mention that this knowledge was already known by everyone, already?

All of that is irrelevant anyway, because the President has the power to declassify classified information whenever he pleases.

Hillary never had the same excuse.

H/T Reddit

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