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US President Joe Biden's intentions to restrict former President Donald Trump's access to intelligence have convinced European allies that they can once again exchange information freely with the United States, Insider reported, citing sources.

Officials from three different special services in Europe have reacted favorably to Biden's recent comments as US President in his first televised interview, during which he said he did not want Trump to continue receiving information from intelligence briefings.

But Biden has not said anything final yet about denying Trump access to intelligence.

Nonetheless, the move has reassured the European intelligence officials with whom Insider spoke.

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