White House announcement comes after European allies said they would withdraw forces unless the U.S. remained.
The case is the second in recent months in which a government employee has been charged with the crime of disclosing such material.
The former acting FBI director said he did not know of an actual effort underway to oust the president.
As pullout deadline looms, some U.S. officials and lawmakers say Trump should rethink his plans.
With dwindling personnel, the special counsel appears to be close to ending his investigation of the president and alleged Russian election interference.
U.S. officials have raised concern with allies and foreign partners, including Britain, about allowing the Chinese company’s parts in their 5G networks.
Intelligence chief is “not loyal,” Trump said after testimony that contradicted the president.
The comments seemed designed to rebut criticism McCabe has faced over steps he took against the president in May 2017.
Critics point to Patrick Shanahan’s limited foreign policy experience, but his boss might see that as a plus.
Jeffrey Rosen of the Transportation Dept. is expected to be nominated to the job, according to those familiar with the discussions.
Critics deride deployment as political theater by President Trump; supporters say guardsmen are a “godsend” for overburdened Border Patrol.
The president’s lawyers told him he would be sued, but he demanded aides find a way to get around Congress and build the wall.
Funding for the border wall represents a clash between presidential authority and Congress’s power of the purse.
The fund was opened in 2011 to compensate for residual illnesses and deaths linked to toxic exposure at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pa.
McCabe said Rosenstein broached ousting the president “in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort.”