A missile exploded in Iran.. A picture published by Trump reveals its secret

After the announcement of the American billionaire Elon Musk, activate the account Former US President Donald TrumpAgain, via the social networking site Twitter, following a poll in which 15 million users participated on the platform, the arguments of the old White House resident and his activities on the blue bird came to mind.

Three years after the incident, the US National Intelligence Agency declassified an original photo that Trump had posted on Twitter, which showed a missile exploding on a launch pad deep in Iran, which sparked widespread controversy as “secret information disclosed by the then president.”

Did the officials kneel

While Trump’s action left officials stunned, the image was so clear that some initially thought it might not have been captured by a satellite, according to NPR.

While aerospace experts determined it was taken using one of America’s most valuable intelligence agencies, a secret spacecraft called USA 224 is widely believed to be a multibillion-dollar reconnaissance satellite.

Although there was not enough detail about the photo, it was evidence that the former president deliberately published some of the most valuable American intelligence information on social media, according to Stephen Aftergood, a classified and classification specialist at the Federation of American Scientists.

Aftergood also mentioned that Trump was interested in sensitive intelligence about Iran, and the first thing he would do was post it on Twitter.

Trump did not find that he was wrong

It is noteworthy that the declassification of the image came to a request related to the Freedom of Information Act submitted by NPR Radio, which published the details of Trump’s post 3 years ago.

These developments came just days after Trump announced his candidacy for the presidency in 2024, and a few months after the FBI seizure that took place last August.

Post by President Trump

Post by President Trump

As for the former president, he considered, after the uproar, that he had not done anything wrong, but rather told reporters at the time: “We had a picture and I published it, which is what I have the absolute right to do.”

While another account, quoting the Washington Post, says that the president asked to keep a copy of the image, which was from a KH-11 series satellite. An hour later, he posted it to more than 60 million followers on Twitter.

It is noteworthy that the new owner of the Twitter platform, American billionaire Elon Musk, announced last Friday morning the return of several suspended user accounts on the platform, including the account of former US President Donald Trump.

He tweeted at the time, saying: “Twitter’s new policy is freedom of expression, not freedom of access” to the public.

However, he promised at the same time to reduce “hate tweets” in the future!

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