The meeting took place just one day after the firing of FBI Director James Comey, who was leading an investigation into the alleged ties between Russian Federation and Mr Trump's campaign team.
Navarro - a Republican - denounced the excuses that members of her party make for Trump, despite having criticized Clinton relentlessly for just the possibility that classified information could have landed in the wrong hands from her private email.
The tables have now turned for Trump, whom unnamed officials say shared information with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during their May 10 meeting with Trump in the Oval Office.
Returning to McMaster's claim that Trump's reveal was "wholly appropriate," Tapper asked: "Again, this is the same city that intelligence officials say, "If we told it to you right now, it would get people killed, ' but somehow we are simultaneously supposed believe that President Trump sharing this information - the city and more - with a USA adversary - Russian Federation - is, quote, 'wholly appropriate"?"More news: Over 30 feared missing as Goa bridge collapses
Trump tweeted in March. After giving a recap of the latest developments, such as Israel being the source of the info and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster stating that Trump's sharing of information was "wholly appropriate", Smith then pointed out Trump's previous tweets slamming Clinton.
Another Republican strategist who worked on Senator John McCain's presidential campaign in 2012, Steve Schmidt, echoed Ms Navarro's statements.
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