"Donald Trump has been hit with 31 charges under the Espionage Act of 1917, a law that was last used in an internationally high profile case to execute Julius and Ethel Rosenberg with the electric chair at Sing Sing prison in 1953.
He's charged with stealing hundreds of top-secret documents, taking them to Florida, sharing them with people who have no security clearance, and lying to the FBI and the National Archives about it.
Of greatest concern, a 10-inch-thick binder of raw intelligence from our spies and sources in Russia has gone missing. This is the sort of thing that Putin would pay billions for, and maybe has."
"Things were picking up in 2019, as Putin was planning his invasion of Ukraine while Trump was preparing for the 2020 election:
" On July 31, 2019 Trump had another private conversation with Putin. The White House told Congress and the press that they discussed "wildfires" and "trade between the nations." No droids in this car ...
" The following week, on August 2nd, The Daily Beast's Betsy Swan reported that Trump had just asked the Office of the Director of National Intelligence for a list of all its employees (including all our "spies") who had worked there more than 90 days, and the request had intelligence officials experiencing "disquiet."
" Within a year, The New York Times ran a story with the headline:
"Captured, Killed or Compromised: C.I.A. Admits to Losing Dozens of Informants."
The CIA then alerted American spies around the world that their identities had probably been compromised by then-President Trump himself."
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