Two influential Republican senators on Sunday warned President Trump to quarrel with his top secret service officials – and one called it "all our worries."
"There is a Lot, There is So much Tradition and History and Complexity Some of these foreign policy issues require reliance on people who have been working on these issues for decades," said Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin on Fox News Sunday ".
"It's only imperative that you actually listen to, for example, the CIA chief, the director of national intelligence," continued Johnson, chairman of the Homeland Security Committee. "These people have the true knowledge and you have to listen to them."
Sen. Richard Shelby, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, agreed that the president must respect the experience of his intelligence chiefs.
"These are professional people. The president informed about it every day. He is not a secret service. None of us is. But they ̵
"It is disturbing all of us, but I think there must be really good communication between the President and the Director of the CIA and the Director of National Intelligence," added Shelby of Alabama.
Trump was arrested for refusing The statement of FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Gina Haspel and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, and suggested in a tweet that they should "go to school again."
If Iran leaves behind a 2015 nuclear deal that has pulled Trump out of last year, agreeing that North Korea would not denuclearize – positions violating Trump's claims.
After meeting with his intelligence officials last Thursday, Trump said they said they had said at the hearing, " was leaked by the media fa lsch recorded "- although their statements were broadcast live.