Vladimir Putin ready to provide evidence of Donald Trump's intelligence sharing call

Vladimir Putin ready to provide evidence of Donald Trump's intelligence sharing call

Vladimir Putin ready to provide evidence of Donald Trump's intelligence sharing call

That's right-Putin asked Trump during their phone call to meet with his officials during their US visit, and because Trump knows that Russia has photos of him naked with Russian prostitutes, he, of course, said, "Sure!"

Trump tweeted Tuesday that as president he had an "absolute right" to share with Russian Federation "facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety", adding that he did it for "humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russian Federation to greatly step up their fight against ISIS & terrorism". "It was very bad of him", the smiling Putin said sarcastically during a press conference.

Russia's state-run TASS agency confirmed that Putin offered to release minutes of the talks between Trump and the Russian envoy during their May 10 meeting at the White House.

"Political schizophrenia is developing in the United States", Putin added.

"What else will the people generating such drivel and nonsense think of next?" he said.

The implication, however, is that the Russians may have a recording of some kind (audio or video) from which they would be able to produce a transcript.

"They either don't understand that they are hurting their own country, and then they are simply dumb, or they understand everything and then they are unsafe and corrupt people", Putin added.

On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a surprising offer: He'll happily provide Congress with a transcript of President Trump's meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak. He and other Russian officials have portrayed such stories as an internal USA political issue.

Defending Trump's actions, officials played down the importance and secrecy of the information, which had been supplied by Israel under an intelligence-sharing agreement, and Trump himself said he had "an absolute right" as president to share "facts pertaining to terrorism" and airline safety with Russian Federation.

Said Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina: "He's probably glad to leave town, and a lot of us are glad he's leaving for a few days".

They said Israel had developed a deep network of human and signal intelligence across the region and it was plausible that it had managed to infiltrate IS as part of that long-running effort.

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"The key threat, of course, being the threat of terrorism - predominantly from Daesh (Islamic State), but we must never forget al Qaida is still out there".

"I'm not even sure they're friends", she said.

"If we have really lost a human source over there, it's a major loss and it will take years to regenerate another one".

'At no time, were intelligence sources or methods discussed.

"You know what surprises me?"

"#Putin offered to share Trump-Lavrov transcript but how about the real transcripts the collusion ones that put Russian Federation in WH to begin with".

Yet both sides have an interest in continuing to cooperate fully on intelligence.

"There was a call yesterday between the president and prime minister for about 20 minutes", the spokesman said.

Trump, in a pair of Tuesday morning tweets, also defended the information he chose to share in the meeting. "But this should not change the level of cooperation, which needs to be constantly broadened and deepened".

"The conversation dealt with a few issues that needed to be concluded regarding President Trump's visit to Israel", Haaretz quoted an anonymous source.

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