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Last week it was reported that a draft executive order is circulating that contemplates modifications in interrogation practices and implies that limits in current law are too restrictive. Equally ominous, the document also floats the idea of re-establishing overseas detention centers operated by the CIA at which high-value alien terrorists would be interrogated outside the reach of U.S. law. Barack Obama ordered the closing of such black sites shortly after he took office in 2009. At the same time Obama ordered CIA interrogators to abide by the standards of the Army Field Manual, which prohibited waterboarding and other inhumane interrogation methods. Congress later wrote that requirement into federal law. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the proposed executive order was not a White House document. But The New York Times quoted three administration officials who said it had circulated among staff members of the National Security Council. Meanwhile, Trump told an interviewer for ABC News that he has spoken to intelligence experts who were big believers in waterboarding. Not only that: He said he had asked people at the highest levels of intelligence: Does torture work? And the answer was, Yes, absolutely. To be fair, Trump said that he would defer for now anyway to Secretary of Defense James Mattis who said hes not a believer in torture. The president added that I want to do everything within the bounds of what youre allowed to do legally. The problem is that those legal boundaries could change: The draft executive order is a catalog of possible changes, all of them bad, which is why the White House needs to strongly and clearly disavow the document. Torture is not a subject on which the administration can afford to send mixed signals.

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