Biden is right to cut Trump off from intel before he starts trading it for favors: security expert
Donald Trump speaks to a large crowd at "An Address to Young America" an event hosted by Students for Trump and Turning Point Action. (Nuno21 /

On MSNBC Saturday, intelligence analyst Malcolm Nance said President Joe Biden should follow through on preventing Donald Trump from receiving classified intelligence briefings — before he tries to profit off of the information in them.

"Joe Biden, asked by Norah O'Donnell of CBS, said, 'I would rather not speculate out loud, I think there's no reason for him to get the intelligence briefings,'" said anchor Ali Velshi. "What value is getting intelligence briefings, what impact does he have other than he might slip and say something? What do you think? Is the danger he slips and says something, or the danger that he tries to monetize America's secrets?"

"I think the second one is correct," said Nance. "Donald Trump will attempt to traffic in that information. We already saw during his administration, Jared Kushner trafficked in intelligence, gave that to the prince of Saudi Arabia, which led him to purge his oligarchy of hundreds of billions of dollars based on a list issued by U.S. intelligence. This is not something we can allow to happen. Donald Trump does not need top secret special access information, he didn't listen to it when he was in office. Why should he have access now? If you give it to Donald Trump, his entire family will use the information."

"I am certain at some point we are going to find out where U.S. information was monetized for their own personal gain," added Nance.

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