When should advisors to the President of the United States decide to "not" share information with the President. The revelations about Petraeus' affair and the facts about Benghazi were withheld for some period of time after facts were known. Why keep the facts from the President who selected you to advise him.
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Thank you bild! That's plausable!
I cannot imagine hiring people to advise you. Then the advisors decide what they want to tell you and when. I think he had to know or get rid of the advisors.
I agree Attikos!
Hi Kathleen! I can understand not telling the public. My concern is not telling the President.
I agree, but having been around the military for a lifetime or two, I know there are things you don't report until they are verified. That doesn't mean you keep him in the dark completely, which I don't think was done here.