President Donald Trump has revealed very confidential security information about the operations of the Islamic State to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, as BBC writes. Trump received Lavrov at the White House's Oval Office last week.

The topic of talks with Russian officials was solving the problem of the Islamic State, and data on US allies and security services were overwhelmingly divisive. The CIA and the NSA have suggested to Trump advisers to reduce the damage that could result from this leak of information. The meeting took place after Trump dismissed FBI director James Comey.

Trump Republican's presidency requested an explanation of the latest leak of security information.

Dangerous act

Trump rejected such allegations as false. During the campaign, he criticized Hillary Clinton for handling confidential information. "That story is not true," said H.R. McMaster, the member of the Council of national security, who attended the meeting. "At no point in the conversation, sources or methods of notification are mentioned," added McMaster.

Dick Durbin, a Democrat-Democrat senator, said this Trump trial was "dangerous and unhappy". Paul Ryan, a Republican spokesman, said that there is no way to find out exactly what Trump told the Russians, but "the security of US citizens is the most important." State Secretary Rex Tillerson said in a statement that "they discussed the nature of specific threats, but there was no story about sources, methods, or military operations".

Donald Trump yesterday stated that he has the full right to share confidential information on terrorism and other topics with Russia, CNN reports. "As President I wanted to share with Russia (at an openly scheduled W.H. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining," Trump announced on Twitter. He did not mention in his revelations whether this information was confidential.

Act that could endanger the lives of agents

His statement is contrary to the statements of the National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, who told reporters that the story of divine disclosure was "fake".

The Washington Post first released the news on Monday that Trump shared secret information with the Russian Foreign Minister and the Russian ambassador to the United States last week.

Two former CNN official officials later confirmed that the news was true and that Trump did not reveal the source of confidential information, but Russia could now detect this "very sensitive" source. The sharing of this news caused fear that Trump's process could endanger the lives of US intelligence agents.

"I have never experienced that a senior government official has done so miserably and thus threatened intelligence relations with the state," said former US senior intelligence officer for CNN. Former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said on Twitter that the allegation that Trump had revealed very confidential information to the Russian officials is "the most serious accusation against the ruling president in history" and that we should not necessarily undermine its importance, particularly in light of Trump's relations with Russia and the release of people who were at the helm of some investigations, including the former director of the FBI.