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Would this apply to Mr. DT also? : *“Classically, the answer is yes,” he responded, explaining that indefinite detention would be allowed by his Justice Department if the government proves a person is “connected sufficiently with an enemy action against the United States.” He said U.S. citizens in this circumstance would be given a habeaus review, a legal procedure that offers less protection than a full trial, meaning the government could detain people without having to find them guilty in court.*

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