KKC whistleblower attorney David K. Colapinto spoke with The Washington Post about the President’s comments on a whistleblower complaint that surfaced after a member of the intelligence community listened to a phone call between Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky.

If you work in the intelligence community, where the information at hand is usually sensitive or secret, your rights are more limited, Colapinto said. You can blow the whistle up the chain of command and to your agency’s inspector general, but you’re rarely permitted to go beyond that.

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