The president did not see Coats's full testimony to lawmakers on Tuesday, but on Wednesday he was angry while watching the television chirins that his power was contradictory. Excerpts from the Coats, according to which North Korea "has ceased its provocative behavior linked to its WMD program," but it is unlikely to "completely abandon its nuclear weapons and production capabilities," angered him.
Trump made his dissatisfaction with the Twitter intelligence team just after 6 am Wednesday, but failed to double Coats in his tweets, as he did it verbally. The president was more disappointed than the intelligence chiefs who regularly informed him about national security issues. Once Trump's troubled relationship with Coates seemed to have recovered after the episode made him straighten up in the summer.
Coats was interviewed at a security conference in July when he looked amazed when NBA host Andrea Mitchell told him that the White House planned to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington
do it again? " At that time, Coats asked Andrea Mitchell of NBC. ̵
The President had just one public event on his schedule on Wednesday – intelligence. Coats usually describes the president, but it is not clear whether he was present or sent the deputy chairman.
Asked about his future, an official said the president was not planning to fire Cole and his job was safe. Coats on Tuesday contradicted Trump's statements that ISIS was defeated by telling members of the Senate Intelligence Committee that ISIS "returned to its roots in the guerrilla war while continuing to attacks and
"ISIS intends to revive and still command thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria," he added.
Coats repeatedly differed from the president's views on issues In March 2017 Trump asked Coates to persuade the then FBI director James Howey to stop the investigation of the former council the National Security Minister Michael Flynn in the investigation into Russian intervention in Russian intervention in the 2016 election, The Washington Post reported this year, said that such a move would be inappropriate, officials said.