WASHINGTON (AFP) – Donald Trump s national security counselor on Tuesday denied the US president had brought about a “slip by in national security” taking after reports he unveiled very characterized data about the Islamic State gathering to Russian authorities.
“The commence of that article is false, that in any capacity the president had a discussion that was improper or that brought about any sort of pass in national security,” National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster told a White House preparation.
Gotten some information about concerns Trump could have risked US knowledge connections by offering to Russia data provided by a partner, McMaster reacted: “I m not worried by any means. The discussion was completely proper.”
He then uncovered that Trump was not advised on the wellspring of the data imparted to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Moscow s diplomat to the US, Sergey Kislyak.