Senators reveal what would happen to them if they took top secret classified documents from a secure facility

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By Sarah K. Burris WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Senate returned to the Capitol this week from the August Recess, months before the midterm elections but a month after the former president was found to have top secret information he’d taken from the White House at his country club in Florida. Each party holds its weekly lunches with the caucus just off the floor of the Senate. They voted and then went off in all directions. The Senate Intelligence Committee, however, headed toward the basement where they are able to view top secret information without danger of it being compromised. The sensitive com…

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