Trump said in a reprimand reminiscent of his criticism of police officers in the past on Twitter on Wednesday that the Intel bosses who opposed him at a congressional hearing on Tuesday were "extremely passive and naive". 19659002] "Intelligence officers seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran, they are wrong!" Trump has tweeted. "When I became president, Iran was causing problems across the Middle East and beyond, since the end of the terrible Iran nuclear deal they are MUCH different, but a source of potential danger and conflict, testing rockets (last week) and more and coming Close to the edge, where the economy is collapsing, which is the only thing holding them back. "Watch out for Iran, maybe the secret service should go back to school!"
Trump's reaction "was exceedingly inadequate and will undermine public confidence in the US government's efforts to protect our national security and preserve US power and influence overseas," Schumer wrote in a letter The Director of the National Intelligence Dan Coats
The New York Democrat asked Coats, FBI Director Christopher Wray and CIA Director Gina Haspel to present Trump convincingly in order to present a unified front in intelligence matters.
Schumer urged the three officials to "insist on an immediate meeting with the President to inform him of the facts and raw information that underlie the Intelligence Community's assessments and to show him how important it is for him to join you and the leadership of our intelligence community when you speak with a unified interlocutor about national security threats. "
" He puts you and your colleagues in an untenable position and violates the national interest in this process "added Schumer.
The president made an explicit statement on Wednesday morning with Coat's remarks that North Korea had stopped its provocation behavior in connection with its WMD program "but was unlikely to" completely abandon its nuclear weapons and production capacity. "Trump has previously stated that North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat."
Coats announced on Tuesday It also announces that ISIS is returning to Iraq and Syria and Iran is not building nuclear weapons, contradicting the President's stance that ISIS has been destroyed and Iran's nuclear deal has not prevented the nuclear progress of the Islamic Republic.  Manu Raju of CNN contributed to this report.