It was another example of wrongdoing that Trump and his advisers dismiss as “fake news” invented by the major news media to bring down his presidency.
At the time, the president’s national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, flatly said the story was entirely untrue, but refused to take any questions.
But the day after the story broke, under headlines that said “Trump reveals secret intelligence to Russians,” the president decided that he had better come clean on this one, admitting that the story was in fact true.
Not only true, Trump said, but that he had the “absolute right” to share “facts” with the Russian foreign minister, he wrote in an early-morning tweet earlier this week.
“As President I wanted to share with Russia… which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining to terrorism and airline safety,” he defensively said in two postings on his Tweet account.
“It was a full flip-flop, going from absolutely “false” to “either confirming or declining to challenge nearly every key aspect of the account,” the Washington Post said.Read more at TownHall