His claim that some documents were protected by executive and attorney-client privileges adds to an ever-changing list of defenses.
Rep. Mike Turner employed some mental gymnastics to question whether the documents were even a national security threat to begin with.
At some point, “national security conservatives” need to stop making excuses and ditch the ex-president for recklessly endangering American interests.
Garrett Ziegler posted the personal info of purported FBI agents—along with links to one of their kids’ social media accounts.
The warrant that allowed the FBI to search the former president’s Mar-a-Lago home reveals an unprecedented prosecution under the Espionage Act might lie ahead.
“It’s not like you wave a wand and say all these boxes are declassified,” the Fox News anchor said.
Investigators pulled 11 boxes of sensitive and top secret information from Mar-a-Lago.