By Ashley Mazerolle, Marketing —
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has been in office less than a year and yet the same issue of national security keeps surfacing. A few weeks ago, a few private conversations between Trump and the Australian prime minister, and the Mexican President, were leaked and published. These transcripts of the phone calls were published by the widely popular, Washington Post.
(See Washington Post).
President Trump’s Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, wants to get down to the bottom of things and figure out who leaked these phone calls. During each phone call, the President said things that have people upset. When he spoke with the Mexican president, Enrique Pena Nieto, he asked him to stop publicly saying that Mexico will not pay for the border wall that Trump wants to be built across the US’ southern border.
When he spoke to Prime Minister Turnbull, Trump grew enraged about accepting over 1000 refugees, which was a deal agreed to by former US President, Obama. Trump told the Prime Minister that their conversation was the ‘most unpleasant call’ he had been on all day.
Sessions proposed administering lie detector tests based on the published phone transcription leaks. Sessions wants to polygraph every single member of the NSC (National Security Council) to find out who leaked the information from these phone conversations. This is going to be a huge undertaking of long hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Photo courtesy of NSC Website