US intelligence community under scrutiny after media leaks

The administration of US President Donald Trump says unnamed sources in the intelligence community are responsible for leaking information to the media in the wake of the Manchester attack, as opposed to the president himself.

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    The administration of Donald Trump says unnamed sources in the intelligence community are responsible for leaking information to the media in the wake of the Manchester attack, as opposed to the president himself.

    Several countries are changing the amount of information they share with the US after American media published sensitive details of the apparent suicide attack at Manchester Arena in England, which killed at least 22 people.

    Al Jazeera’s Patty Culhane reports from Washington, DC.


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