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Trump Admin Won't Let Congress Hear 'DEFCON 1' Whistleblower Complaint

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Trump Admin Won't Let Congress Hear 'DEFCON 1' Whistleblower Complaint

Trump Admin Won't Let Congress Hear 'DEFCON 1' Whistleblower Complaint

US officials were rocked by news of a 'credible' whistleblower complaint of 'urgent concern.'

According to Business Insider, the complaint involves multiple acts by President Donald Trump.

The acts include a phone call with a foreign leader and a "promise" he made to them.

[It's] equivalent to an imminent threat in the [intelligence community].

DEFCON 1.

Former CIA official Forwarding the complaint to the congressional intelligence committees is mandated by federal law.

But the Office of the Director of National Intelligence is withholding the complaint from Congress.

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