During the election campaign, Donald Trump criticized his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, for how she handled top secret material.
Fast forward to Trump’s conversation with the Russian foreign minister and Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak inside Oval Office, where the president revealed details that may lead to the exposure of a large amount of information. Officials reported to the Washington Post and the New York Times.
Although Trump’s disclosure is not a move that is illegal — the president has the option to declassify just about anything. However sharing the information without the actual permission of the ally who gave it is a very major breach of espionage etiquette, and could jeopardize a crucial intelligence-sharing relationship.
Its seems at this point that Mr. Trump can not shake his name, character or integrity from being linked with Russia.