WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump, in his meeting last week with Russian Foreign Minister Sergej Lavrov, gave secret information. That reports The Washington Post Monday.
According to sources within the White House, it would be highly sensitive information that would have jeopardized an important source of information involved in Islamic state. The information that Trump deliberately gave up would have been won via a channel that did not give permission to pass the information to Russia. The sensitivity of the information meant that only a few specific officials were aware of it and that allies could not be informed.
In addition to Lavrov, Russian ambassador Sergei Kisljak would have heard the secret information.