The president did not see Coats' full testimony before the deputies who met on Tuesday, but he was furious on Wednesday when he saw Chyrone watch on television that the officials had contradicted him. Coats comments that North Korea had "stopped its provocative behavior in connection with its program of mass destruction", but probably would not have "completely abandoned its nuclear weapons and production capacity," annoyed him, CNN said.
Trump realized his displeasure with the intelligence team on Twitter shortly after 6am, but he did not verbally dismiss Coats in his tweets. The President was more frustrated with the coverage than the intelligence chiefs who regularly brief him on national security issues.
Trump's once shaky relationship with Coats finally seemed to recover after one episode in the summer caused her to sway to the brink.
Coats was interviewed at a security conference on stage when he was surprised when NBC host Andrea Mitchell told him that the White House was planning to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington in the coming months.
Again? "Coats asked NBC's Andrea Mitchell at the time," OK … this is going to be special. "
The president had only one public event on Wednesday ̵
Asked about his future, an official said the president did not plan to fire Coats and his job was safe.
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