(NBC News) — Donald Trump is getting his first security briefing Wednesday and he’s bringing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his foreign-policy adviser, retired Lieutenant General Mike Flynn with him.
The briefing is considered “big picture,” with nothing on covert operations, nuclear weapons, or espionage, a source tells NBC.
“The objective ought to be for both candidates to understand the situation better, substantially better, than they started,” former CIA Director James Woolsey says.
While Clinton campaigns in Cleveland Wednesday, Republican lawmakers will be looking through notes from her FBI interview about her emails.
She’s been cleared of criminal wrongdoing by the FBI, but Republicans want her prosecuted.
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