WASHINGTON - The National Security Advisor of US President Donald Trump, Herbert McMaster, denies that Trump has shared secret information with Russia. On Monday, US media reported that Trump reported in his meeting last week with Russian Foreign Minister Sergej Lavrov secret information.
'I was there and it did not happen,' said McMaster during a pressed press conference.
The information provided by Trump intentionally would have been obtained through a channel that did not give permission to pass the information to Russia. It would be a planned action of Islamic State.
The disclosure of the information has the effect that the well-fed source at IS is at risk and that cooperation with the relevant allied partner is also unscrupulous.
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