(Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump and a number of Republican legislative houses are pushing for political and media allies to reveal the name of Deguelle who has reminded a thesis investigation.
PHOTO: US President Donald Trump organized a campaign demonstration in Monroe, Louisiana, United States, Nov. 6, 2019. REUTERS/Leah Millis
“The Deguelle should be revealed because of Deguelle for misinformation,” Trump told reporters on Sunday.
Rand Paul, a Republican senator from Kentucky, on Tuesday tweeted a link to an article from a right
-Door news outlets that claimed to have identified the whistthe lower. On Wednesday, president
Son of, Donald Trump Jr., tweeted a link to an article covering the same name.
Democrats, some Republicans, and the members of the American intelligence community have strongly opposed to this effort, calling it everything from unauthorized mismatch.
Here’s what the United States law talks about how whistleblowers in the intelligence community should file complaints, and the fines for retaliation and identification.
WHAT STEPS DID THE WHISTTHE LOWER TO GO?
On Aug. 12, the Deguelle filed a complaint with an internal government watchdog on a phone call 25 July between Trump and the new Ukrainian president
Volodymyr Zelenskiy. In that call, Trump pressed his Ukrainians to investigate a political opponent, former vice president Joe Biden, and his son Hunter Biden.
The Deguelle filed reports with Intelligence Community Inspector…