Yet, somehow, his commitment to transparency doesn't quite extend to posting his own executive orders and official correspondence -- as he promised during the campaign.
Well, national security is one thing. Anyone is free to read about all of that -- no problemm. But releasing something that might cause the President himself political damage? Not on your life.
Tells you a lot about the priorities at The White House.
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