Democrats have hit President Trump hard over sharing anti-ISIS intelligence with 2 high-level representatives from Russia on their recent visit to the White House.
But it appears as though exactly what the President warned them about could be turning into a global travel-safety crisis.
ABC News has reported that a foreign national was subdued in-flight today after attempting to breach the cockpit of an American Airlines flight to Honolulu.
The man was carrying an active laptop, a tactic which American intelligence officers (and President Trump) have been preparing for the threat of for months.
A well-trained ISIS computer expert could theoretically bring down a jet airplane with use of a laptop computer.
American Airlines has said in a statement that law enforcement met the plane upon landing in Honolulu. Members of the flight crew had succeeded in restraining the would-be terrorist and fastening him to a seat.