Was he referring to Trump once again sharing Confidential/classified intel with our adversaries?
■ President Donald Trump's decision to tweet out a photo of an Iranian launch pad that he got from a classified intelligence briefing this week has stunned national-security and intelligence veterans.
■ The US rarely disseminates such imagery, and Trump's move to release the photo presents a goldmine for foreign intelligence, who can use the image to make inferences about the US's aerial surveillance capabilities.
■ Robert Deitz, a former top lawyer at the CIA and the National Security Agency, told Insider Trump made a "serious mistake" and that "one doesn't use intel for the purposes of taunting. The Russians and the Chinese will be very happy to study this."
■ Experts also highlighted that just because Trump has the authority to declassify anything he wants, his tendency to exercise that power without discretion sends up red flags within the US intelligence community and with overseas allies.
■ Alex Finley, a former CIA officer, told Insider Trump's actions were "outrageous and reckless," but that "it's hardly the first time we've seen this. And maybe he has a right to act this way, even if it is moronic."
Over the last few days, President Donald Trump has spent a good portion of his time ripping former FBI director James Comey and falsely accusing him of leaking classified information to the public after he was fired.