Does It Matter What (If Anything) Trump Declassified?
No, not really.
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No, not really.
Here’s why the defense asserted by Trump's team—that while in office Trump issued “standing orders” that any “documents removed from the Oval Office and taken to the residence were deemed to be declassified the moment he removed them”—is nothing short of absurd and laughable.
Here’s what the now public warrant can tell us so far about the property seized and potential crimes being investigated.
The FBI’s surprise search of former President Trump’s residence has raised unanswered questions and engendered wide speculation. Here is a guide for the perplexed.
Thoughts on the Anniversary of Jimmy Hoffa’s Disappearance
The Michael Sussmann case was an attempt to supplant the traditional understanding of the Trump-Russia story with an insurgent model in which the more important story than the Trump-Russia relationship was the conduct of the investigation of it.
The FBI released a statement detailing its findings in the ongoing investigation into bomb threats at historically Black institutions.
FBI Director Christopher Wray says that the bureau’s internal guidelines prevented it from looking at social media posts announcing the planned attack on the Capitol. But the guidelines say nothing of the sort.
The U.S. government has rightfully identified the People’s Republic of China as an adversary intent on stealing technology for its national interests, and the Department of Justice established the China Initiative as a countermeasure. But the China Initiative misses the mark on an effective approach to research security.
The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act will use federal grants to regulate police departments. Will this be enough to undo a century of policies and practices that have shielded local police from state and federal oversight?