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To get access to classified information you need more than clearance level, you have to have “need to know”
Example, a SINGARS radio in the 1990s had a Secret manual and a confidential user guide. If you worked with satellite analytics and didn’t use field radios, you might have “Top Secret” clearance, but you won’t get a user guide or manual to a SINGARS because you lack the “need to know”.
Certainly a commander in chief has a clearance level that far exceeds nuke weapon schematics or signal operations, but he just needs to know to push a button, give an order or ask to be put in contact with field commanders… he has no need to know how it’s done.
Why did Trump have this stuff in Mar A Largo? He never should have had access to it even when he was POTUS. Who was he going to sell it to or trade if for?