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Trump-Sondland call posed danger to U.S. national security and foreign policy, experts say


Naveed Jamali and Malcolm Nance say that Gordon Sondland's use of an apparently unsecured cell phone in a public place to take a call from the president endangered national security. Not only could hostile intelligence agencies be listening in, they say, but information from the call could be used by Russia to blackmail officials or manipulate foreign policy.