What are the wider effects of President Trump's apparent disclosure of highly classified information to Russian diplomats? John Yang discussed information gathering and sharing with former Defense Department official Andrew Exum and James Woolsey, a former CIA director who was…
The White House is standing its ground amid an uproar revolving around allegations that President Trump made a damaging disclosure to Russian diplomats last week. William Brangham recaps what’s been reported and how lawmakers have responded, while John Yang gets…
By PBS NewsHour
Sen. James Risch, R-Idaho, joins John Yang to discuss allegations that President Trump passed classified intelligence from another nation to the Russians, and why he sees the president as having an obligation to declassify information, as well as his concerns…
By Joshua Barajas and Associated Press
White House press secretary Sean Spicer addressed reports that President Donald Trump shared highly classified information with Russian officials in a meeting last week.
By Vivian Salama and Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's national security adviser insisted that Trump's revelations to Russian officials about activities by the Islamic State group amounted to a routine sharing of information.
By Associated Press
The adviser, H.R. McMaster, says at a White House briefing that the information was available through "open-source reporting."…
By Associated Press
The conversation will take place amid reports by The Washington Post that Trump revealed highly classified information to senior Russian officials at a meeting last week, putting a source of intelligence about the Islamic State extremist group at risk.
By Jill Colvin and Catherin Lucey, Associated Press
It's become a familiar scenario in the crisis-prone Trump White House, where big news breaks fast and the aides paid to respond seem perpetually caught off-guard.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
President Donald Trump defended revealing information to Russian officials, saying in a pair of tweets Tuesday that he shared "facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety" and had "the absolute right" to do so.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press, Jill Colvin, Associated Press and Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
The Trump White House "has got to do something soon to bring itself under control and order," Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., told reporters.
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