As the mainstream media and various unnamed “intelligence officials” continue to claim that information President Donald Trump shared with Russia could “put American lives in danger,” they have been ignoring the fact that CNN had the same details all the way back in March.

This week, unnamed sources told the Washington Post that Trump had shared the name of an ISIS controlled city where a laptop threat had originated with Sergey V. Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, and Sergey I. Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States.

However, according to Jake Tapper, back in March CNN’s Evan Perez had learned from “numerous officials” the name of the city and details of a computer bomb plot ISIS was planning to use on international flights. He goes on to say that the White House had warned Perez that reporting the information, including the city where the information was obtained, could put American lives in danger.

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