How the visit of Malcolm Turnbull with Donald Trump forced the Secret Service of EE. UU To destroy the command center

Woodward says that Preident Trump (pictured left) met with former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inviting him to a special command center without proper authorization.

A new book has revealed that Secret Service agents had to destroy a command center after President Donald Trump met with Australia's prime minister.

The revelation is from a new book by renowned journalist Bob Woodward, Fear: Trump in the White House, it is already the number one selling book on Amazon.

In the book, Woodward reveals the consequences of a meeting between President Trump and former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, according to the Herald Sun.

Woodward says that Preident Trump (pictured left) met with former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inviting him to a special command center without proper authorization.

Woodward says that Preident Trump (pictured left) met with former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull inviting him to a special command center without proper authorization.

In the book, Woodward says that when meeting with the former prime minister, President Trump invited him to a special command center that was reserved only for the most trusted advisors and agents.

The center is known as the Sensitive Shared Information Facility and is a space specially designed for the president to address issues of national security, defense and other sensitive materials while traveling.

Inside the steel box are the reinforced computers along with the communication equipment used to process and then decode the classified information.

It is believed that the meeting between the two world leaders took place at the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, and it referred to trade tariffs on Australian steel.

It is believed that the meeting between the two world leaders took place at the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, and it referred to trade tariffs on Australian steel.

It is believed that the meeting between the two world leaders took place at the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, and it referred to trade tariffs on Australian steel.

It is believed that the meeting between the two world leaders took place at the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, and it referred to trade tariffs on Australian steel.

& # 39; We make this steel that is made of special steel, we are the only one that produces it in the world. You have to let us out. You have a trade surplus of $ 40 billion with us, "says Turnbull during the meeting.

Woodward describes how Trump was receptive to the ex-prime minister's exhortations that the United States make concessions to Australia.

– Of course, we'll let you out. That makes total sense. You are great. We have a great surplus with you, it is alleged that Trump responded.

  Inside the steel box there are reinforced computers along with the communication equipment used to process and then decode the classified information

  Inside the steel box there are reinforced computers along with the communication equipment used to process and then decode the classified information

Inside the steel box there are reinforced computers along with the communication equipment used to process and then decode the classified information

However, after the meeting, the Secret Service agents were forced to destroy the command center because they had been compromised because Mr. Turnbull did not have official authorization.

SCIF Global Technologies specializes in the creation of vault-shaped structures and on its website makes direct reference to its use to keep unauthorized people out.

"SCIFs are used to deny unauthorized personnel, such as foreign intelligence services or corporate spies, the opportunity to enter the facilities for the exploitation of sensitive activities without being detected," the website says.

Mr. Trump allegedly joked with Mr. Turnbull after the meeting, saying that his security was not at all happy with the location of the meeting, saying they were "so angry."

Known as a sensitive compartmented information facility, it is a space specially designed to address issues of national security, defense and other sensitive materials on the road.

Known as a sensitive compartmented information facility, it is a space specially designed to address issues of national security, defense and other sensitive materials on the road.

Known as a sensitive compartmented information facility, it is a space specially designed to address issues of national security, defense and other sensitive materials on the road.

The author of the book, Bob Woodward, is best known as one of two journalists who broke the infamous Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of then-president of the United States, Richard Nixon.

Woodward and his colleague Carl Bernstein were working in the Washington Post in 1972, when they were the first to cover the story of a break in the Democratic National Committee in Washington.

Subsequent reports brought to light Mr. Nixon's actions during his re-election campaign and eventually led to his resignation.

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