Only his latest attempt should make the world wonder, again, if he is deserving of the most high-powered job in the world.
On Sunday evening Trump took a swing at the ongoing scandal surrounding Clinton’s use of a private email account rather than using official State Department servers.
Referencing the FBI investigation into the saga, Trump took the opportunity once again to take a pop at his political opponent.
This is the man in the running for the job that allows your finger to hover over a very big red button with disastrous consequences.
Also, hardly surprising.
For reference here are the official document markings typically used for government documents.
- TOP SECRET: Information that would cause “exceptionally grave damage” to national security if released publicly.
- SECRET: Would cause “serious damage” to national security if released publicly.
- CONFIDENTIAL: Would be prejudicial to national security if released publicly.
- RESTRICTED: Would cause “undesirable effect” if released publicly.
- OFFICIAL: Relates to general government business and would be judged depending on content.
- UNCLASSIFIED: Does not require special protection. Also applies to documents classified as one of the above which has subsequently been declassified.
The floppy-haired conduit for humanity’s worst ideas is no stranger to gaffes.
He has (amongst many others):
Oh, we could be here all day, just scan through this for more...
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