Ana Navarro Calls Out GOP: You'd Impeach Hillary Clinton Over This

Pauline Gross
May 20, 2017

This afternoon, Fox News anchor Shep Smith highlighted Trump's hypocrisy on this issue while noting that the situation the president finds himself in today is much more serious.

Now, the Washington Post has reported that Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to Russian Federation during a White House meeting, a meeting that no American press was allowed to attend.

Along the campaign trail, we witnessed then-candidate Donald Trump commit some of the most shocking atrocities, including proudly bragging about sexually assaulting women, and yet, he was still elected president.

That's because in the United States, the system of classifying information has no legal basis.

On "Special Report", Krauthammer said Trump likely did nothing illegal, but instead committed a blunder.

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Trump has previously spoken out about the sharing of classified information and even lashed out at his rival Hillary Clinton during the race for the White House.

"It's simple: Individuals who are "extremely careless" w/ classified info should be denied further access to it", House Speaker Paul Ryan tweeted last July in response to the FBI's conclusion of its Hillary Clinton email investigation.

WATCH: H.R. McMaster says he stands by his comments that a Washington Post story about president Trump leaking classified information was false. This morning, the president said he had full authority to leak the intel.

Other Republicans were equally vocal against "leakers" of classified information. Tillerson, who was at the meeting, revealed that a "broad range of subjects" were brought up and "the nature of specific threats were discussed, but they did not discuss sources, methods or military operations".

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