Do you think the US Government is entirely too secretive? That they classify info that doesn't need to be?
And even decades later, portions of documents still remain redacted? For instance, the government has declassified and made public the Presidential Daily Briefs from the Kennedy through Ford administrations. Yet even on documents 57 years old, they still redact portions of them. Honestly, what could possibly need to be kept secret 57 years later? Here's a link to a bunch of examples. Pull any of them up and you'll still see redactions. https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/collection/presidents-daily-brief-1961-1969?page=15
I am not at liberty to divulge that information.
Harry Truman admitted he made a grave mistake some years after leaving the WH.
Too secretive about some things, not secretive enough about others.
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