If you’ve been following the Trump/Russia/Comey/Mueller situation and you’re not an attorney, you might find it difficult to understand what’s going on. Conflict of interest, obstruction of justice, abuse of power, impeachment … you likely know what all of that is, but what about the particulars? Bradley Moss of the Law Office of Mark Zaid specializes in litigation on matters relating to national security, federal employment, and security clearance law, as well as the Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act. He joins Jay and Neal to give an overview of all these issues and what it means going forward.

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    Bradley, isn’t it a fact that the President decides what is and is nof classified? Because if it is, then Comey leaked classified information if Trump says he leaked classified information. And I thought that the unauthorized dissemination of classified information was and is a felony. That was the yardstick that was used to judge Hilary Clinton, with one difference: intent to harm the United States. General Petraeus got into hot water for disclosing the content of private conversations with the President to a journalist. Why are we not using the same yardstick?

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    • June 15, 2017 at 1:13 pm
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