About a year ago, when there were occasional promises of briefings at the White House, a reporter asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders if officials on Donald Trump`s team would be asked to sign confidentiality agreements. “There is an ethical agreement,” she replied. “Plus, I can`t give more details.” While White House employees have different confidentiality obligations – classified information secrecy or solicitor-client privilege – no former president has asked White House agents to sign NDAs. A former Obama administration official said the confidentiality agreements were not used under President Barack Obama. Dozens of White House employees signed NDAs in exchange for work for Trump, who, according to current and former members of the administration, has long relyed on such deals in his corporate career. But NDAs have not been widespread by the former administrations outside the transition period between presidents, in part because most experts believe that such agreements are legally inapplicable to public sector employees. The ANN contains a significant constitutional error, as described by the Post Office. White House employees don`t work for President Trump. They work for the United States, so the United States is the presumed beneficiary of confidentiality agreements. Annoyed by a book, President Donald Trump again threatened a former aide by signing a confidentiality agreement, an unprecedented move according to historians. Former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have set limits on outgoing employees, for example, urging them not to lobby their former colleagues.