The latest media hysteria in the media over the offender's complaint that "according to FoxNews.com" he reports that President Trump has made a disturbing and unspecified "promise" to a foreign leader, is based on valuable little information. This has not stopped journalists from condemning Trump in the court of public opinion and predicting his impending death.
Who exactly is this unidentified "abuser"? What is the specific nature of his "urgent concern" complaint against the President? Is this complaint in compliance with the Intelligence Reporting Intelligence Act (ICWPA)? These are just a few of the most fundamental questions that remain largely unknown.
COMPLAINT OF PARTICLE REPORTED FOR COMMERCIAL "PROMISE" TO INTEGRATED LEADER, EXCLUDE FROM DC FIRESTORM
Despite the insignificance of the facts, some reasonable remarks and conclusions9 would have been spying on our own president. The complaint suggests that this scout was listening to Trump's conversation with a foreign leader. Was this person officially asked to listen to the conversation or did he or she secretly listen? We don't know.
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To put it in an understandable language, a spy who claims to have spied on the president has no legal complaint against that president under the law. ICWPA is a mechanism for reporting alleged abuses to members of the intelligence community of which the president is not. Yes, in the end, the alphabet soup of intelligence agencies reports to the president, but that does not make Trump a member of that community, and is not subject to its rules of conduct.
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