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Trump says he has 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

Trump says he has 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

CNN has previously reported that the U.S. government was concerned that even revealing some specific details about efforts to counter the ISIS plot would endanger sources and methods, even if sources and methods were not specifically described.



Americans remain divided on Trump's firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Comey

Bernie Sanders fiercely condemned President Donald Trump on Monday following reports that the president shared highly classified information with Russian officials during their White House visit last week. Schiff added that the next FBI director to lead the investigation will need to have "absolute integrity and independence" noting it should be someone "non-political".


Clapper: US Gov't 'Under Assault' by Trump After Comey Firing

Clapper: US Gov't 'Under Assault' by Trump After Comey Firing

Asked whether the president fired Comey last Tuesday to hinder the FBI's investigation into the Kremlin's interference in the 2016 election and the possibility that Trump campaign associates colluded with Russian officials, 46 percent agreed, 38 percent disagreed and 18 didn't know enough about it to say.


McMaster Says Trump Disclosure to Russians Was 'Appropriate'

McMaster Says Trump Disclosure to Russians Was 'Appropriate'

In a series of tweets Tuesday morning, the president said he had the "absolute right" to reveal "facts" to Lavrov and Kislyak for "humanitarian reasons". - An event on Tuesday hosted by the Center for American Progress could serve as a gathering of potential Democratic candidates for the 2020 race for the White House.