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White House says no classified info was discussed with Russians

And they spoke for a president who less than a week ago said publicly that his aides and surrogates can't be expected to give accurate statements, because they don't always know what's going on. Earlier this month, Yates testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism regarding the Trump campaign's alleged ties to Russia, particularly Flynn's contact with Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak.


Guards absent; jail on lockdown

Guards absent; jail on lockdown

The Daily Mail reported that another 154 people called out of the evening shift at the jail. "The extraordinary number of call offs puts additional pressure on the men and women of the Sheriff's office who come to work as scheduled", the sheriff's office said in a statement.


Report says Pres. Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians

Report says Pres. Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians

Two former officials knowledgeable about the situation tell CNN that the main points of the Post story are accurate that the President shared classified information with the Russian foreign minister. And when they say its classified, if it was public knowledge, then it could hurt the national security of the United States. The information was originally provided by a United States partner who had not given permission to share the material with Russian Federation.


National Security Advisor: Trump's Conversation With Russians Was 'Wholly Appropriate'

National Security Advisor: Trump's Conversation With Russians Was 'Wholly Appropriate'

He did not reveal the specific intelligence-gathering method, but he described how the Islamic State was pursuing elements of a specific plot and how much harm such an attack could cause under varying circumstances. Russia's foreign ministry spokesman denied the report. "The president wasn't even aware of where this information came from", McMaster said, referring to the classified information Trump divulged to Sergey Lavrov and Sergey Kislyak .


Official from European country says it may stop sharing Intel with US

Official from European country says it may stop sharing Intel with US

For the second time in a week, President Donald Trump is in hot water - this time for sharing highly classified information with Russian Federation during an Oval Office meeting last week. Only a Russian Foreign Ministry photographer was allowed in to document the meeting; no USA media were allowed. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was forced to recuse himself from any involvement in the FBI's investigations into Russia after it was revealed that he twice met with Kislyak, despite testifying ...