Sen. Chuck Sumer, DN.Y, has called on Dan Coates, the director of National Intelligence, to arrange an intervention with President Trump after the president took the unusual step on Wednesday to criticize his Twitter intelligence chiefs for being "naive" when it comes to about the dangers of Iran. The news came a day after the intelligence chiefs told Congress that North Korea was unlikely to destroy its nuclear arsenal and that the Iranian nuclear agreement was in place – and said, "Maybe intelligence has to go back to school. "
Trump insists that the US relationship with North Korea" is the best that ever was, "and referred to the cessation of North Korea's nuclear and rocket tests, the return of the remains of some US officials, and the release of the Detained Americans as signs and progress. The second Trump-Kim meeting is expected in February. US intelligence agencies also said Iran is continuing to work with other countries in the nuclear deal with the United States and other world powers. Thus, they said, at least temporarily reduced the nuclear threat. In May 201
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Sen. Mark Warner, the senior Democrat in the Senate Intelligence Panel, said in a chirp that "the president has a dangerous habit of undermining the intelligence community to adapt to its alternative reality." People risk their lives for intelligence, which is just rejecting Twitter. "