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The WSJ explained why U.S. intelligence agencies not to the President

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The WSJ explained why U.S. intelligence agencies not to the President

American intelligence officials, fearing dismissal, measure of intelligence intended for US President Donald trump, who is sensitive to a number of topics, including Russia.

As transfers TASS, the world public was informed of the American business newspaper The Wall Street Journal, citing sources among current and former US officials.

it is Noted that since the presidential campaign of 2016, trump is suspicious of the intelligence community of the United States because of the numerous leaks to the press of data on the alleged collusion of his election headquarters with Moscow.

According to Mark Polymeropoulos who served in the CIA until the summer of 2019, the current us leader “loses his temper” when, during a secret briefing raises questions about Russia.

the Sources of The Wall Street Journal disputed the explanation by the press Secretary of the White house kaylie Makineni that on June 30 a press briefing said that the decision not to inform trump about claims about attributed to Russia’s contacts with the Taliban took sole employee of the CIA with more than 30 years of experience.

According to the newspaper, talking about Beth Canner that daily reports Trump, presenting a summary memos prepared by the US intelligence. The newspaper’s sources believe that Sinner wasn’t actually decided what to tell the President and what not, the main role is played by the advisors of the administration of high rank, and the assistant to the President for national security Robert O’brien.

on 26 June, the newspaper The New York Times stated that a division of Russian military intelligence allegedly encouraged the militants of the movement “Taliban” (banned in Russia) attack in Afghanistan on troops of the international coalition.

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called it a lie and “absolute duck”, but trump wrote in his Twitter that the US intelligence declared invalidand information attributed to Russia’s attempts to offer a reward to the Afghan insurgents for killing American soldiers.