President Trump retweets story containing info Nikki Haley called 'classified'

The report in question was published on Fox News' website this morning.

The story from Fox News reports that despite USA efforts to halt North Korean missile tests the country deployed more missiles in the past few days, showing the country has no intention of stopping it's nuclear testing.

North Korea has loaded two anti-ship cruise missiles on a patrol boat off the country's east coast, U.S. media reported on Tuesday.

President Donald Trump, no fan of leaks himself, retweeted the report written largely from anonymous sources.

Appearing on Fox and Friends on Tuesday morning, Haley called the report "incredibly dangerous" and said it was based on classified information. After Trump retweeted the report, she was asked about the information included in the article.

"And if that's in the newspaper that's a shame", Haley said.

The Fox report comes amid escalating tension as North Korea moves toward arming itself with nuclear weapons and has spurned a new set of United Nations sanctions.

"But I will tell you it's incredibly risky when things get out into the press like that". Sessions said on Friday, as he pledged to follow through on the president's advice. "For National Security, the tougher the better!"

As president, Trump can declassify information as he sees fit, and he tweeted on Monday his dissatisfaction with much of the press' coverage of the sanctions on North Korea. "We must be tough & decisive!", Trump wrote in a post on Twitter on Tuesday.

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