Trump's Russia leak is “a complete nightmare,” intel experts say

As featured in Vice News



On the one hand, allies will be hugely nervous, certainly on a political level, that information they pass to the Trump administration might be subject to compromise outside the original agreements that previously existed,” said Peter Roberts, director of Military Sciences at Britain’s Royal United Services Institute, who has extensive intelligence experience from his career as a warfare officer in the Royal Navy. But Roberts said he believed that the U.S.’ intelligence partners would continue to share information, and that Trump’s disclosure was unlikely to have jeopardized the safety of a human source who may have divulged the existence of the laptop plot.