Trump Tweet classified information

Guess he is the President so he can do that but still pretty funny.

A US official told CNBC on Friday that a photo of an Iranian launchpad that President Donald Trump tweeted out in the afternoon came from an intelligence briefing Trump received earlier in the day.

The picture was attached to a tweet in which Trump said the US was not involved in the failure of an Iranian rocket launch on Thursday.

Now imagine the uproar from the Trump lovers if Obama had done this.


At least he didn’t give his usual thumbs up next to the photo.


You can see his silhouette in the photo.

He took a picture of it like someone takes a picture of their dinner. This looks great let’s send it.

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hussein paid for that launch pad and missile.

Thanks obama!


Inaccurate as always.


The TTD was working overtime today so Trump could show the world our intelligence. What could he possibly gain bybTweeting this on his Trump Treeting Device (TTD).

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Fat donald has the absolute right to release classified info. He’s the ■■■■■■■ king after all.

As CINC Perhpas he does have the right to release any information he wants. If I am wrong someone will put me right.

However just because he can means he should.

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We’ll see what happens.


@safiel would you know which case he is speaking off?

The outrage meter is not moving at all.

Amp it up.

Serious question, You ok with donald tweeting classified info?

The outrage meter shouldn’t be moving.

But the “hmm, this is troublesome activity for Any President” meter should be bouncing.

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Anyone who excuses this… I do not want to hear them complain about Hillary Clinton’s emails ever again.



Two tiered justice system.


Trump has disclosed classified information to more people without a security clearance than Hillary did. That’s a funny statistic.


Yes. You are correct. The President does get to determine whether something should be classified or whether it is more advantageous to release the information.
Part of the job.

"The majority ruling in the 1988 Supreme Court case Department of Navy vs. Egan – which addressed the legal recourse of a Navy employee who had been denied a security clearance – addresses this line of authority.

“The President, after all, is the ‘Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States’” according to Article II of the Constitution, the court’s majority wrote. “His authority to classify and control access to information bearing on national security … flows primarily from this constitutional investment of power in the President, and exists quite apart from any explicit congressional grant.”