Intelligence chief denies leaks by intelligence community
WASHINGTON - Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says he told Donald Trump that he doesn't believe that any leaks from Friday's meeting between intelligence officials and the president-elect came from the intelligence community.
Trump speculated Wednesday that U.S. intelligence agencies might have leaked details about a classified briefing in which officials told him that there are unsubstantiated allegations that Russia had collected compromising sexual and financial information about him.
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