WATCH: Senate Dem wants answers on Trump’s intelligence sharing

A Senate Democrat on the Intelligence Committee wants answers during a closed-door meeting on President Trump's decision to share classified information with Russian officials.

"We’ll be able to get information, or ask questions ... I'm sure this will be something we talk about," Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said in an interview with The Hill prior to the intelligence panel's weekly meeting on Tuesday afternoon.

Manchin says he understands if Trump shared the information as part of a "quid pro quo" in the fight against ISIS, but questions his decision-making process.

"It seems like normal order would have been through (the) security staff, would have been to gather all our intelligence community and say 'ok do we have people that will be in harm’s way? Do we have our own intelligence gathering community, or our allies that we rely on, would it be harm to them? Can we do this in safe manner?' .... There’s a process you would have to go through, you would think," Manchin said.

A GOP senator however, was less concerned by the incident, citing National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster’s remarks as a source of "comfort."

"What I take comfort in is the comments of General McMaster, who was in the meetings and said that nothing that was inappropriate was revealed - no sources or other things that would compromise any kind of security," Sen. Luther Strange (R), a former Alabama state attorney general, told The Hill.