President Trump Donald John TrumpDozens quit without papers from trump possessions: Trump report: Pelosi is "very bad for our country" Legislators want to bring former Trump property without papers into the state of the Union MORE  The ailing relationship with the US intelligence services suffered another blow this week after he publicly criticized the agency's officials for providing assessments that did not reflect his foreign policy rhetoric.
The clear differences between the Trump's political agenda and the results of the bosses, During the US Senate's US Senate hearing on Tuesday, North Korea and Iran were mostly seen on the IS, North Korea and Iran, respectively The following day the president called derogatory tweets and the following day a white house.
The recent battle highlights the president's tense, almost worsening relationship with intelligence leaders such as CIA Director Gina Haspel and the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats .
And with the recent resignations of the White House Chief of Staff John Kelly John Francis KellyMORE and Defense Minister James Mattis James Norman MattisTrump says he has forced Mattis to resign. Overnight Defense – Presented by Raytheon – Trump suspends nuclear deal with Russia Trump sees "good opportunity" for national emergency Bolton says military action in Venezuela is not imminent Trump says he forced Mattis to resign. Stay in Syria to counter Iran. MORE Coats is now considered one of the few remaining Trump candidates who appears willing to deviate publicly from the President. Lisa Monaco, former assistant to former President Obama for Homeland Security and Counter-Terrorism, said the intelligence chiefs "gave their unvarnished assessment of global threats" during the Senate hearing.
"And we're lucky they did Monaco said in an e-mail to The Hill, "If the President rejects and disparages the views of his own intelligence officers, we are less secure and do more work for the women and men who daily work to protect us and the power of the people." Truth be told, profound damage. "
The Latest in Intelligence The threat assessment, released Tuesday when the pre-Congress Intel chiefs testified, was in contrast to the president's foreign policy remarks: the assessment revealed that ISIS continues to pose a threat to North Korea's unlikely denuclearization and Iran the nuclear weapons of the Obama era adheres to deal Trump pulled back the US from last year.
Experts and lawmakers say that this is not the first time that a president's political decisions have been completely inconsistent with intelligence findings, and that this would not be likely to warn Trump publicly about political decisions for the Intel chiefs.
Jamil Jaffer, a former lawyer to former President George W. Bush and the founder of the National Security Institute At the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, Coats said he may have been more able to violently position himself as a senator but not as a political employee turning to an elected official.
"As a DNI, he was more cautious, and that should probably be the case because you have a boss to report to the people chosen by the Americans – you are not the chosen leader," said Jaffer. "It's not like he did not say if he felt he had to do it, but generally he was a good cabinet secretary and was careful."
Trump appointed Coats and Reel, which are widely respected by the intelligence community.
"He put serious working adults into these jobs," said Jaffer. "And they will say what they think is the real truth, and they will be open about it."
Trump denied the Intel rating in a series of tweets that also mocked officials, saying that they "should go to school again."
"I disagree with certain things they said "Trump told reporters on Thursday. "I think I'm right."
But after a meeting with Coats and Reel in the Oval Office, Trump tweeted that the officials told him that the media misrepresented their statements.
The CIA declined to comment on Trump's comments ODNI has remained silent.
Regardless of the president's attitude, the legislators of both parties say that they are prepared to speak out against Trump when it comes to his foreign policy.
The GOP-controlled Senate warned Trump two days after Coats and Haspel said it was progressing with 68-23 with an amendment warning the president of his decision to withdraw troops from Syria and Afghanistan.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer Charles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerThe word "wall" is the obstacle Hey Team, Loyalty means we do not whine "Trump is an eyelash" Dems tapping Stacey Abrams to Trump's status of the Union. MORE (DN.Y.) also called on Intel leader Trump to "stage an interventi." He wrote in a letter to Coats that Trump "puts you and your colleagues in an untenable position, violating national interests , "
Trump has been holding heads of intelligence ever since he took office, and his remarks on the effects of Russian electoral disruptions sparked a backlash by Intel leaders who decided Moscow would be in the 2016 elections
And his revocation of the safety releases of former Intel leaders such as the former CIA director John Brennan John Owen Brennan Burnennan tears Trump over criticizing Intel chiefs: It shows "your intellectual bankruptcy" Trump tries to postpone the story after Stone's bill predicts that Mueller will be naming a sizeable number of names that are familiar to Americans – who was very critical of Trump – also angered by current and former Intel professionals.  Kevin Brock, former FBI deputy director of intelligence and first-in-command Emerging Director of the National Counter-Terrorism Center, Declared the Blame to Address It Differences in media coverage could be a strategy for smoothing intelligence services with intelligence officials.
Brock, An Opinion The US government's contribution to The Hill believes that a government's policy decisions are not always exactly in line with an intelligence agency's assessment and that the report is essentially information that the president uses in his decision-making has to take into account.
Intel chiefs and Trump described Brock as a "healthy balance" within the administration.
"I would rather see it than Lemmings going over the cliff," he said.