The Washington Post is claiming that President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week. This is according to "current and former U.S. officials."
One would presume that the President's meeting with foreign diplomats would be classified in and of itself. So, any report of the contents of the meeting is a serious breach of security.
It used to be that a reputable new source would be trusted in matters where they are citing information from unnamed sources. Today, it's a completely new situation. On October 12th, 2016, the editorial board of the Washington Post not only endorsed Hillary Clinton for president but put together this cute little video complete with touchy-feely music.
In it, They call then-candidate Donald Trump "Dreadful." They also cite unnamed "Professionals in the State Department" who endorse her Clinton. An unnamed source in an endorsement?
The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos - a staunch opponent of Trump who had a serious financial stake in the Election.
Back to the article - This is a very serious matter if Trump disclosed "sources" intelligence to anyone, let alone the Russians. A curious part of the article is, however, the claim that Trump was boasting and gloating about U.S. intelligence.
They even quote him. This means that the source the Times used was in the room and is guilty of the same crime they are purporting Trump committed. That's an even bigger problem and despite all, the article never points this out. They seem to be cheering it on.
If any of this is true, Trump has made a colossal blunder that could give Democrats more ammunition in their impeachment plans. The mistake would be on par with Hillary Clinton revealing our Nuclear Response time to millions of people worldwide during a presidential debate.
Neither of these is even close to the ongoing problem of Jeff Bezos encouraging and possibly financing leaks from within the White House. That sounds like one thing to me: Treason.