Trump to his Intel: Get thee back to a schoolery


They are testing Rockets (last week) and more, and are coming very close to the edge.

Trump lashed out at the intelligence chiefs on Twitter, calling their assessments "wrong" and suggesting that "Intelligence should go back to school!". In May 2018, Trump withdrew the USA from that accord, which he said would not deter Iran. Iran is in financial chaos now because of the sanctions and Iran Deal termination.

"We must reach agreement on expert access and monitoring mechanisms of key sites to worldwide standards, and ultimately ensure the removal or destruction of stockpiles of fissile material, weapons, missiles, launchers and other weapons of mass destruction".

Trump on Thursday pushed back against intelligence leaders who publicly disagree with his foreign policy positions on North Korea, Iran and Syria.

Pelosi's comments came as Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said it was "past time" for US intelligence officials to stage an intervention with Trump. "You know, Gina Haspel, director Coats, these are some of the most serious people out there, people who oversee other people, who risk their lives every single day".

Republican U.S. Representative Mike Gallagher, who served as a Marine Corps intelligence officer during the Iraq war, defended the intelligence agencies, saying, "They are doing a very hard job and they are actually trying to advance the president's priorities".

The President only had one public event on his schedule Wednesday - an intelligence briefing.

Vietnam said last week it had not been informed about any time or venue for a possible Trump-Kim summit, but that it was confident in its ability to host such a meeting. In retaliation, Trump revoked Brennan's security clearance. Indeed, he raged against the report in a tweet on Wednesday.

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Pelosi said Trump's comments were "stunning".

However, there were no concrete Commitments until when the Communist ruled and internationally largely isolated North Korea of its nuclear weapons Arsenal wants to disarm and how the services of the United States might look like.

However, he said the assessment that the North Korean leader is unlikely to surrender his nukes is "bolstered by the USA observations of some activity that is inconsistent with full denuclearization". There is a "decent Chance" on denuclearization.

The White House has said Trump will hold a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un near the end of next month. "Progress being made - big difference!"

Dan Coats told the Senate Intelligence Committee that United States intelligence had not found evidence that Iran was working on improving their nuclear capabilities or developing nuclear weapons. Caliphate will soon be destroyed, unthinkable two years ago.

Trump last month announced he was ordering a full withdrawal of the 2,000 US troops from Syria.

Coats also said it was likely that US adversaries are already looking into ways to interfere in the 2020 USA election, refining their capabilities and adding new tactics that may look to ratchet up social and racial tensions in the United States, undermining trust in authorities and criticizing politicians seen as anti-Russia.