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As Video of Trump Threat Surfaces, Advocates Say NYT Guilty of Putting "Target on Whistleblower's Back"
"This has a very chilling effect on anyone who is even thinking of blowing the whistle and thinking of doing so through the proper channels."
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Trump’s Ukraine Scandal Shows Why Whistleblowers Are So Vital to Democracy
Both Republican and Democratic lawmakers have consistently demonized people who share information with the press and public.
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President Donald Trump speaking to reporters at Joint Base Andrews on September 26. News
'Unfit for Office': Trump Reportedly Suggests Person Who Informed Whistleblower Should Be Executed
"Very normal, healthy democracy we live in."
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Trump went on to withhold $250 million in military aid from Ukraine, which Congress appropriated, and many suspect the suspension of aid was a way of pressuring Zelensky to look into Hunter Biden. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Annals of Impeachment: From Nixon’s "Smoking Gun" Tape to Trump Zelensky Summary
Trump and his cronies are so far gone that they actually thought that staffers’ summary of his July conversation with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky would exonerate him. Instead, it has so many Nixonian smoking guns that it single-handedly provoked a smog alert on Capitol Hill.
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Critics Say Only Full Whistleblower Complaint Will Do as Trump White House Signals 'Redacted Version'
"Congress must be allowed to view the whistleblower report and assess the situation in totality, not in terms that Trump decides on—and which he obviously finds favorable."
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Alarming Trump 'Promise' to Foreign Leader Reportedly Sparked Whistleblower Complaint Intel Chief Is Hiding From Congress
"This may take impeachment in a totally new direction," said John Dean, who served as White House counsel to President Richard Nixon
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'What the Hell Is Going On Here'?: Alarm Raised as Trump's Intelligence Director Refuses to Give Whistleblower Complaint to Congress
Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire informed the House Intelligence Committee chairman that he'd been directed by "a higher authority" to withhold the complaint
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A New Film Blows the Whistle on War
If the press is the "fourth estate," the cinema is arguably the fifth. Official Secrets indicts Blair, Bush, and other mass murderers in the court of public opinion—at a theater near you
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Edward Snowden Shares His Story in New Memoir That Hits Shelves in September
The exiled American whistleblower's Permanent Record is due to be released on the U.S.'s Constitution Day
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Rep. Adam Schiff, (D-Calif.), walks up the House steps for the final vote of the week on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. News
Accusing Adam Schiff of 'Criminalizing Routine Reporting,' Groups Call for Stripping CIA-Backed Provision From Intelligence Legislation
"Schiff is clearly the resistance to the resistance, and he should drop this provision from his bill."
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