Perhaps the intelligence should return to school.
So ended the Donald Trumps a Twitter tirade aimed at the United states supreme etterretningssjefer. Before we take the rest of the Trumps outbreak, it may be worthwhile to explain why Trump had allowed himself to annoy.
on Tuesday, la: american etterretningssjefer forward his global threat assessment for Congress.'t agree with Trump
In its assessment, as presented by the CIA-chief Gina Hapsel, FBI chief Christopher Wray and the United states national sikkerhetsdirektør Daniel Coats, it was revealed that they disagree with the president Trumps the reviews on a number of areas.
For the first they will not believe that North Korea can be persuaded to abandon all its nuclear weapons, something that stands in conflict with the Trumps own opinion after the summit with Kim in 2018, when he stated that North Korea no longer pose a nuclear threat.
the Intelligence stressing also that ICE poses a major threat, despite the fact that Trump repeatedly the last few months have claimed that ICE is defeated. He used it also as the reason when he in December announced that the Us soldiers to be out of Syria.Experts reprove Trumps Syria-decision: - Extraordinarily shortsighted and naive
Also, when it comes to Iran and atomavtalen as Trump pulled the united STATES from 8. may, have intelligence a different view on things than Trump.
They believe Iran still to fulfil his obligations in atomavtalen. The reason why Trump decided to pull the united STATES out was that he claimed that Iran not complied with the agreement.Back to school
Thus it is perhaps not so strange that he felt the need to take the same.
"When I became president was the ICE out of control in Syria and ravaged the wild. Since then, there have been made enormous progress, especially in the last five weeks. The caliphate will soon be destroyed, something that was impossible to see for themselves two years ago," wrote Trump on Twitter, before he quickly mentioned the peace talks with the Taliban, before it was time to take out North Korea, which, according to Trump now has a "better relationship with the united STATES than ever before".
"It's a good opportunity for atomnedrustning. Time will tell what happens with North Korea, but at the end of the previous administration, the ratio was terrible and it happened very bad things. Now there's a completely different story. I look forward to meet Kim Jong-un soon. There are made progress," wrote Trump.
These Twitter messages were not a direct attack from the Trumps at the etterretningssjefene, but clearly triggered by Tuesday's session in Congress.
Just as subtle was not the Trump eight hours later, when he went in his throat at the same etterretningstoppene.
"Etterretningsfolkene seems extremely passive and naive when it comes to Iran-his father. They are wrong! When I became the president made the Iran trouble in the entire middle East, and beyond. Since I interrupted the terrible atomavtalen, things have changed, but they are a source of potential danger and conflict. They test rockets (last week) and more, and approaching the edge. The economy collapses, which is the only thing that holds them back", tvitret the president, before he ended by suggesting that etterretningstoppene had the benefit of more schooling.
....a source of potential danger and conflict. They are testing Rockets (last week) and more, and are coming very close to the edge. There economy is now crashing, which is the only thing holding them back. Be careful of Iran. Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 30, 2019
The kraftsalva, not everyone who is just as excited for, not even in Trump's own party. Among the critics is senator John Thune, who sits in the republican leadership.
- I don't know how many times one can say this, but I had preferred if the president stayed away from Twitter. Especially when it comes to these important issues of national security, where you have people who are experts, who have information and who are professional, " says Thune to CNN, adding that he believes that "we must rely on their ratings".
Democrats are not particularly impressed, either.Schwarzenegger gives Trump klimarefs
It serves to etterretningsbyråenes honor that they continue to provide thorough and realistic analysis of the dangers we face. It is extremely dangerous that The white house did not listen, " says Adam Schiff, the leader of the etterretningskomiteen in the house of Representatives, according to the Washington Post.
Mark Warner, the democratic top man in the Senate etterretningskomité, believe Trump has an "extremely dangerous habit to undermine etterretningsbyråene for that thing to fit with his alternative reality."
"People put their lives on the line for the intelligence he disqualify on Twitter", tvitret Warner.To vote over the Trump-criticism
at the same time as Trump is in a kind of open war with the country's intelligence, to senators of the united STATES vote on a proposal that criticize Trump's decision to pull the united STATES out of Syria, despite the fact that the military and national sikkerhetsrådgivere warned against it.
For, " says Thune, the republicans have tried to get Trump to reverse the decision, without success.
- I think a number of our members have talked with the president fairly regularly and have expressed that they think the policy he wants to take with regard to Syria, for example, is not the right one for us. It is communicated, " says Thune.
Thursday to the Senate vote over the kritikkforslaget, which is authored by republican majoritetsleder in the Senate, Mitch McConnell.She is the democratic new favourite Dagbladet Plus