The Hill: McMaster: Trump didn't know where intel came from
National security adviser H.R. McMaster on Tuesday said President Trump did not jeopardize intelligence assets by revealing highly sensitive information to Russian officials, adding that Trump did not know where the intel came from.
Speaking to reporters at the White House, McMaster disputed the “premise” of media reports that Trump put intelligence sources in jeopardy by disclosing the information, saying it was “wholly appropriate” for the president to discuss.
"The president in no way undermined sources or methods in the course of this conversation,” he said.
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Update: National Security Adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster to brief press -- live updates (CBS).
WNU Editor: The media are upset that National security adviser H.R. McMaster is denying their reports that President Trump jeopardized intelligence assets by revealing highly sensitive information to Russian officials, and that the premise of the entire Washington Post story is wrong. Here is an easy prediction .... his denials are not going to change the main stream media's narrative.