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'Utter baloney': Rep. Himes knocks Trump's new claim of 'standing order' to declassify

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Rep. Jim Himes, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, talks about the stringent security requirements for accessing America's closest held secrets and why Donald Trump's evolving series of excuses for how secret material ended up at Mar-a-Lago are nonsense.