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President Trump Has ‘Ultimate Declassification Authority’, Former National Intelligence Director Says

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A former director of national intelligence said Aug. 12 that it is “virtually impossible” to prosecute people for mishandling classified documents, and asserted that President Donald Trump has the “ultimately declassification authority” in terms of such documents.

The president does have ultimate declassification authority. He can literally declassify—and President Trump had that authority, and could declassify anything you want while he was president,” John Ratcliffe, a Republican congressman before Trump appointed him to be director of national intelligence, said on Fox News.

According to documents unsealed earlier Friday, Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was raided by FBI agents on Aug. 8 because of potential violations of several laws, including the Espionage Act, which some legal experts say relates to possessing classified defense information. An inventory showed that agents seized what they listed as classified, secret, and top secret documents.

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