U.S. intelligence worried about Trump's conversation with Zelensky
The White House refused to disclose details of the intelligence officer’s complaint about Trump.
On September 21, it became known that a U.S. intelligence officer submitted a report to the higher authorities about the disclosure by U.S. President Donald Trump of top-secret information in a telephone conversation with one of the leaders of a foreign country. This is reported by Politico.
Most likely, it concerns President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky. At a closed meeting of the Intelligence Committee of the House of Representatives on September 19, intelligence inspector Michael Atkinson refused to disclose details of the intelligence officer’s complaint to congressmen. After that, Adam Schiff, chairman of the Intelligence Committee, threatened that if the details of the complaint were not disclosed to Congress, intelligence funding would cease or Congressmen would sue the inspector.
Trump called the publication fake news.