Press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer on Wednesday put aside the play about the dry condemnation of the leaks of national security and instead formulated its response on political lines.
Expressing concern over the publication of the Wikileaks documents allegedly revealing surveillance methods of the CIA, Spicer said quickly as all really. He linked the recent leak of documents to WikiLeaks with efforts to surveillance under the Obama administration, the leak occurred a few days after President Donald trump has put forward a baseless assertion that President Barack Obama used the phones for a candidate from the Republican party during the campaign of 2016.
And then he began vigorously to assert that there is a "double standard" when it comes to the degree of disturbance caused by various leaks. The white house has repeatedly argued that too much public and political attention was devoted to the investigation of the contacts between the officials of the campaign trump and suspected Russian operatives. "Interestingly, there is a double standard when leaks occur, as there is tyranny," he said.
Comments Spicer came when he conveyed "concerns" trump of leaks and said that Americans should be "outraged" by the release of classified information. "This kind of disclosure undermines the country's security and our well-being," said Spicer.
The messages Spicer came on Wednesday, when he faced questions about a double standard against the President, condemning this leak, while he praised the publication by WikiLeaks of emails related to his rival Hillary Clinton during the campaign of 2016.
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