The 28 Classified Pages as a 2016 Presidential Campaign Issue


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As the American public marches into the foothills of the 2016 presidential campaign, Michael Rubin, writing this week in a blog post at the American Enterprise Institute and a full piece at Commentary, identifies one issue that already merits a pledge from the rapidly expanding field of candidates: the declassification of the 28-page finding on foreign government links to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

After noting that President Obama’s failure to declassify the 28 pages is squarely at odds with his commitment to run the most transparent administration in American history, Rubin looks ahead to the upcoming battle for the White House:

As the election campaign begins and both Republicans and Democrats begin the traditional game of footsie with supporters, donors, and the press, perhaps each and every presidential aspirant should take a pledge: release the missing 28 pages of the 9/11 report on their first day in office. And if they are…

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