Washington: The arranged insight US President Donald Trump unveiled to Russian authorities a week ago was given by Israel, a media report said on Wednesday.
The White House declined to remark on the report.
"I can't remark particularly on that," White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told columnists amid an off-camera news gathering.
Be that as it may, Israel turned out in support of the White House.
"Israel has full trust in our knowledge offering relationship to the United States and anticipates extending that relationship in the years ahead under President Trump," Israeli Ambassador to the US, Ron Dermer, said in an announcement to The New York Times.
US National Security Advisor Lt General HR McMaster declared that Trump's sharing of data with Russia did not hazard national security.
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