Marine Corps officer Maj. Jason Brezler, who is suing the service to fight involuntary separation after he confessed to disseminating classified info, intends to cite Hillary Clinton’s avoidance of criminal charges as part of his defense.
Kirby said earlier this week that former officials can still face “administrative sanctions.” One of the most severe penalties would revoke or deny high level security clearances to Clinton’s aides.
“We had a positive and productive meeting this morning with Donald Trump. Donald asked me to speak at the Republican convention and I told him I’d be happy to do so,” Cruz told reporters.
“It’s interesting that researchers at the University of Cincinnati couldn’t wait to publish their now retracted and erroneous data on fracking and air pollution, yet they continue to delay publishing the results of their groundwater study, which showed no water contamination from fracking. This certainly raises a lot of questions.”
Bartender: “Well I refuse to serve you. The dog can’t be in here cause we serve food in here. I have the right as a small business owner to refuse service to anyone. [he then points to a sign that say ‘we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone because killing them is illegal’] You’re going to have to go.”
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