What are they hiding?

What are they hiding? Puppet Trump's flunkies are trying to do as much as possible in secret. [ http://politi.co/2BSMZUL ] They are frightened that you might find out what they are doing behind your back. Putin's Plan for the US: [ https://goo.gl/TosdL4 ] Cowardice in action, folks! Must be they are ashamed of themselves... as they should be.

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  1. They maybe running scared since Mueller is on the case. Afraid there names are on his list too.

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  2. Leonard Smith I see your point. While there is no doubt Donald Trump is NOT the equal of fellow Republican Abraham Lincoln, post-Eisenhower, the Federal Union and its various Administrations became increasingly obsessed with secrecy.

    The last few Presidents have issued Executive Orders on the subject as they interpret Congressional legislative intent. [ https://goo.gl/ZoFMQ1 ]

    *Of course, citizens cannot cast informed votes if they don't know what's going on!

    In recent years, there seems to have been a determined effort to keep voters ignorant. This shows up when Federal agencies grudgingly release documents that are mostly filled with redactions. As Wikipedia [ https://goo.gl/RG8J8a ] explains, another term used for this process is "sanitization."

    Puppet Trump, so far as I know, has yet to issue Executive Orders on classification policies, or any coordinated directives to Federal Agencies on this topic.

    My use of the descriptive term "puppet" in Trump's case refers to the special relationship he imagines he has with Vladimir Putin. He is the first President whose actions carry out policies designed to please a foreign head of state. Among all previous US Presidents, Puppet Trump is unique in this fawning, subservient characteristic.

    So far, Puppet Trump's focus on himself and his "friend" Putin over his country has reduced the reputation of the US throughout the world. Our international alliances wither. Federal power has been drastically reduced by Trump's unwillingness to support the UN and by his coordinated, deliberate actions to destroy Federal agencies, most importantly for this discussion, the Department of State.

    Vladimir Putin understands that he cannot advance Russian priorities without diminishing the stature and power of the United States. By skillfully managing his "asset," Puppet Trump, he is accomplishing this goal.

    After Trump further reduces the world power of the United States, patient Putin will make further territorial advances into Europe and elsewhere as he builds the alliances with other countries that Trump's US has abandoned.

    While killing a carefully selected few (so far, mostly in Puerto Rico) with his policies, Puppet Trump is selling all of us out!
    oversight.house.gov - Examining the Costs of Overclassification on Transparency and Security - United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

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  3. Anthony Anderson I agree, but Trump's emphasis seems to be on out-maneuvering Mueller and protecting his royal family. Trump has been ignoring US law and the Constitution since he took the oath to defend it. Trump thinks Trump can violate US law with impunity. Maybe he can.

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  4. Esrat Jahan Best of luck with your business! Google flags advertising in these comment posts as spam and it is deleted.

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  5. Jeff Diver I agree with you about the laws Donald Trump has bent and broken just for his personal gain. People talk about JFK, Carter, Clinton and Obama braking the law but, I have never seen any of these former President's act so reckless and uncaring about the people who he claims to represents.

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  6. Leonard Smith For those like me who have never heard of the "Visegrad nations," see [ https://goo.gl/xGubaS ] the map below:

    Nobody is supposed to see the Putin link. Indeed, Putin is just one of the foreign dictators for whom Trump has expressed great admiration. I have yet to see Trump applaud democracy. He displays fear when confronted by democratic institutions (like fair elections and a free press) both here and abroad.
    en.wikipedia.org - Visegrád Group - Wikipedia

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  7. Leonard Smith Going back to your comment before last, you referred to Kushner as the "Key to it all." I haven't been paying much attention to his shenanigans. (Perhaps because Trump wants the media spotlight on Trump exclusively.) What do you mean by "Key?"

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  8. Leonard Smith Hmm... I thought you might be referring to Kushner's Israeli connections. He may have been responsible for the US losing our "neutral" status in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. There is evidence that Trump also has a long history with the Mafia:
    youtube.com - Married to the Mob: Investigative Journalist Craig Unger on What Trump Owes the Russian Mafia

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  9. Leonard Smith I've read about all sorts of NY politicians of both parties convicted of a variety of misdeeds, not necessarily involving mafia. What prompts you to paint Dems as "so involved with the mob?" Are you talking about any national politicians I would know?

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