DID YOU SIGN A NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT WITH DONALD J. TRUMP, DONALD J. TRUMP, INC., THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OR ANOTHER TRUMP FAMILY MEMBER? OUR LAWYERS WANT TO SPEAK WITH YOU. ALL COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE CONFIDENTIAL.

 

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Our legal team is working with lawyers across the United States to review the “Confidential Agreements,” “Non Disclosure Agreements” and other documents initiated by Donald J. Trump, Inc., the Donald J. Trump Foundation, Donald J. Trump or other related persons and entities to protect your individual rights and our rights as Americans- to be free from politicians who use contracts to potentially obstruct justice, hinder or destroy free speech and otherwise prevent former and current federal employees from exercising Constitutionally Guaranteed speech.

NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS & DOCUMENTS

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ENFORCEMENT SOUGHT

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Summer Zervos

Jessica Denson

Sam Nunberg

Cliff Sims 

Steve Bannon

Karen McDougal

Stormy Daniels

Omarosa Manigault-Newman

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“Requiring people to stand up in public for their political acts fosters civic courage, without which democracy is doomed. For my part, I do not look forward to a society which, thanks to the Supreme Court, campaigns anonymously . . . hidden from public scrutiny and protected from the accountability of criticism. This does not resemble the Home of the Brave.”

--Justice Antonin Scalia

NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS & DOCUMENTS

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NO KNOWN ENFORCEMENT

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Noel Casler

David Bossie

Corey Lewandowski

Anthony Scaramucci

Sean Spicer

Alva Johnson

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FIRST AMENDMENT

Whatever differences may exist about interpretations of the First Amendment, there is practically universal agreement that a major purpose of that Amendment was to protect the free discussion of governmental affairs.  This of course includes discussions of candidates, structures and forms of government, the manner in which government is operated or should be operated, and all such matters relating to political processes.”  Mills v. Alabama, 384 U.S. 214, 86 S.Ct. 1434, 16 L.Ed.2d 484 (1966).

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

A violation of 18 United States Code, Section 1512(b)(3) occurs if a defendant: “corruptly persuades another person … with intent to … hinder, delay, or prevent the communication to a law enforcement officer or judge of the United States of information relating to the commission or possible commission of a Federal offense….”

A violation of 18 United States Code, Section 1512(c) occurs if a defendant: “corruptly … obstructs, influences, or impedes any official proceeding, or attempts to do so….”

Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of 2012

“(b)Any employee who has authority to take, direct others to take, recommend, or approve any personnel action, shall not, with respect to such authority – (13) implement or enforce any nondisclosure policy, form, or agreement, if such policy, form or agreement does not contain the following statement: “These provisions are consistent with and do not supersede, conflict with, or otherwise alter the employee obligations, rights, or liabilities created by existing statute or Executive order relating to (1) classified information, (2) communications to Congress, (3) the reporting to an Inspector General of a violation of any law, rule, or regulation, or mismanagement, a gross waste of funds, an abuse of authority, or a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety, or (4) any other whistleblower protection.  The definitions, requirements, obligations, rights, sanctions and liabilities created by controlling Executive Orders and statutory provisions are incorporated into this agreement and are controlling.” 

The Civil Service Reform Act of 1978

“(9) Employees should be protected against reprisal for the lawful disclosure of information which the employees reasonably believe evidences – (A) a violation of any law, rule, or regulation, or (B) mismanagement, a gross waste of funds, an abuse of authority, or a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety.” 5 U.S.C. § 2301(b)(9)

25th AMENDMENT

On April 13, 1965, in the midst of a congressional debate over the proposed 25th Amendment to the Constitution dealing with presidential succession and incapacity, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Representative Emanuel Celler of New York, dispensed with high-minded legal arguments. They were there, Celler said, to figure out what might be done if the unthinkable–a deranged American President with nuclear weapons–became thinkable. “The President may be as nutty as a fruitcake,” Celler declared on the House floor. “He may be utterly insane.”

Attorney John Phillips to The New Yorker: “They’re using N.D.A.s to suppress speech, to avoid accountability, and thus to avoid setting legal precedent,” Manigault Newman’s attorney, John Phillips, told me. He said that enforcement efforts as extensive as Trump’s had “never happened before in the government sector.”

John M. Phillips

Attorney for Omarosa Manigault-Newman and other Concerned Citizens / Whistleblowers

John is licensed to practice law in Florida, Georgia, Alabama and before the U.S. Supreme Court. He has pending membership requests in New York and the District of Columbia.

“It is illegal for any person to use federal money to “implement or enforce any” “nondisclosure policy, form, or agreement” that does not explicitly inform federal employees of their right to report any “violation of any law, rule, or regulation, or mismanagement, a gross waste of funds, an abuse of authority, or a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety” to any member of Congress or an Inspector General. It also prohibits nondisclosure agreements from waiving any federal employee’s rights under a host of whistleblower laws.”

STEPHEN M. KOHN

Trustee and Attorney at Law, The National Whistleblower Center

“All White House employees—from senior officials to interns—understand the necessity of discretion based on the fact that they hold positions of public trust, with an emphasis on public, but this White House’s approach to non-disclosure agreements, even for interns, seems to suggest that guarding against criticism of the president and his family—what most of us would consider to be protected speech—is just as important as safeguarding the sensitive information the American public entrusts to the government.”

Edward "Ned" Price

Special Assistant to President, National Security Council