White House: Classified Ukraine docs don’t belong in ‘public domain’ | USA TODAY

John Kirby tells reporters the information leaked regarding the Ukraine war has "no business" in the public domain.

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  1. Leaks or no leaks, Blinken said that it was time for Ukrainians to go to the slaughterhouse . WSJ is describing Zelenskyy mobilization in this way: “Mr. Zelensky in January introduced even harsher punishment for desertion and disobedience. A disabled person was drafted in western Ukraine and pronounced fit for service despite having no hands . Another died on the front lines within a month of mobilization after 10 days of training, according to his relatives.” Zelenskyy is officially catching and forced conscripting even disabled.

    1. @YD5NA Anyone, including a public servant, should have the right to withhold or disclose his own tax filings, no?

  2. ???” Non-Intended for public consumption “
    We have to remember this isn’t a tainted food recall.
    This is about classified documents that Kirby cant tell you if they are real or not or bot .

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