Old tweets about classified info from GOP and Trump resurfaces

The FBI has been investigating possible ties between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation during the election.

South Suburban Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger is criticizing President Donald Trump, after numerous media reports that Trump gave classified information to Russian diplomats in the Oval Office.

"Hillary's corrupt criminal scheme put the safety of every American family in danger, that's what's happened", Trump said campaigning in New Hampshire this November.

The Washington Post reported on Monday that Trump had shared highly classified information with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during their meeting last week, possibly imperiling diplomatic relations with the country who provided it.

"The real story that Congress, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and all others should be looking into is the leaking of Classified information".

President Donald Trump delivers the keynote address at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's "Days of Remembrance" ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, U.S, April 25, 2017.

"You know I would just ask everybody you know and my Republican colleagues especially, you know how would we react as we're getting more information about this, had this been President Obama or Hillary Clinton, and let's be consistent with the President whoever it is". After all, Clinton's critics spent years trying to make a capital case out of the Benghazi tragedy, then pounded her careless handling of sensitive information through her use of a private server for State Department emails.

Trump has also attacked leakers of classified information in the past. Returning to McMaster's claim that Trump's reveal was "wholly appropriate," Tapper asked: "Again, this is the same city that intelligence officials say, "If we told it to you right now, it would get people killed, ' but somehow we are simultaneously supposed believe that President Trump sharing this information - the city and more - with a USA adversary - Russian Federation - is, quote, 'wholly appropriate"?"

The nature of specific threats was discussed, he said, but not sources, methods or military operations.

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