According to the Washington Post, President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a WH meeting last week. The information shared was provided by a U.S ally through intelligence sharing and the ally did NOT give the United States permission to share this information. Trump critic and former State Department official Eliot A. Cohen says, “For anyone else, if accidental it would be a firing offense. If deliberate, it would be treason.”
It’s not very clear if this was intentional or not, U.S allies have somewhat put their guard up thinking Trump is “untrustworthy” for letting vulnerable information out. This is a developing story, stay with Magic 95.5 for more!
Source: Washington Post