After winning the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, Donald Trump is now set to receive U.S. intelligence briefings, according to ABC News.
This will mark the first time that someone who has never served in government will receive the intelligence briefings.
After each party's convention and each candidate is chosen, both nominees will receive the same briefings about threats from around the world. The Democratic National Convention concludes on Thursday, where Hillary Clinton is expected to accept the nomination.
Current and former officials have expressed concern over briefing Clinton, due to her handling of classified information when she was secretary of State the use of a personal email as a means of communication.