Former CIA director Michael Hayden hints Trump should be executed for taking classified documents

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden said FBI agents search the former president’s mansion Regarding classified documents related to nuclear weapons.

Hayden responded Thursday to a tweet by presidential historian Michael Beschloss, pointing out that Julius Rosenberg and Ethel Rosenberg were Americans convicted of spying for the Soviet Union. . “Convicted of passing US nuclear secrets to Moscow and executed in June 1953.”

Hayden, former Director of the National Security Agency and CIA Under former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, he responded to a tweet by saying:

The tweet didn’t specifically mention Trump, but washington post When FBI agents searched Trump’s residence on Monday, they reported that classified documents related to nuclear weapons were among the files they were looking for. has not clarified. The Justice Department and he FBI declined to comment on the report.

Trump’s attorney Christina Bob said Thursday: “I never specifically spoke with the president about what nuclear material was or wasn’t there. I don’t think there was anything there.”

According to new information, a search warrant for the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago earlier this week allows law enforcement to accuse former President Donald Trump of deleting or destroying records, obstructing investigations, and violating the Espionage Act. He announced that he was investigating. Politico report.

On the other hand, the list of items removed from the property is wall street journal It indicates that the FBI recovered 11 sets of classified documents during the search. This includes some classified documents that should have been available only at special government facilities.

FBI agents recovered a set of documents labeled “Miscellaneous Classified/TS/SCI Documents.” This means that the document contained confidential or sensitive classified information.

The list also included four sets of top-secret documents, three sets of confidential documents, and three sets of top-secret documents, according to the report.of wall street journal It reported that the list did not provide details about the contents of the document.

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