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Trump Says U.S. Intelligence Services 'Naive,' 'Wrong' on Iran

Trump Says U.S. Intelligence Services 'Naive,' 'Wrong' on Iran”

Coats further addressed Iran, saying the country is "not now undertaking the key nuclear weapons-development activities we judge necessary to produce a nuclear device", but noted threats from some Iranian officials to reverse course on curbs Tehran agreed to as part of an worldwide deal struck with world powers if it does not receive the benefits it agreed to.

"The Intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran", he wrote in one of the posts in which he had defended his position on Syria, North Korea and Afghanistan.

US President Donald Trump, left, and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

Director of U.S. National Intelligence Dan Coats also said that Tehran continued to comply with the deal even after the U.S. withdrawal from it.

Coats also refuted Trump's statement that ISIS has been defeated. "They are wrong!" Trump tweeted on Wednesday. "You know, Gina Haspel, director Coats, these are some of the most serious people out there, people who oversee other people, who risk their lives every single day".

Republican Congressman Mike Gallagher, who served as a Marine Corps intelligence officer while deployed in Iraq, also defended the intelligence agencies, saying: "They are doing a very hard job and they are actually trying to advance the president's priorities".

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"A few minutes later, Trump tweeted that ".Time will tell what will happen with North Korea, but at the end of the previous administration, relationship was horrendous and very bad things were about to happen.

Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced legislation on Tuesday urging US troops to remain in Syria and Afghanistan.

The president's comments drew rebukes from the ranking Democrats on the Senate and House intel panels, Sen.

Jim Himes (D-CT) called out President Donald Trump's lies about his chiefs of intelligence describing the coverage of their testimony as "fake news".

US President Donald Trump, left, and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un during a meeting a year ago.

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"As both North Korea and the United States are expressing satisfaction, and their working-level negotiations have begun in the earnest, we expect denuclearization talks to get a push", Suh was quoted as saying. "Decent chance of Denuclearization.", he tweeted.

Kim Jong-un has strived to improve relations with South Korea in the past year, seeking a formal end to the Korean War, which ended with a truce in 1953.

The pair met in Singapore last June to discuss denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, but little progress has been made since then on the issue.

The officials - which included director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and CIA director Gina Haspel - said the nuclear threat from North Korea remained, and that Iran was not taking steps towards making a nuclear bomb.

Trump has repeatedly said in recent months that Islamic State had been defeated, justifying his abrupt announcement in December that he would pull U.S. troops out of Syria.

Officials and diplomats said two weeks ago that Vietnam was keen to host the summit and two sources told Reuters that Hanoi was preparing to receive Kim on a state visit.

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In an article on Tuesday, the Time said Coats has contradicted President Trump's statements on North Korea, Syria and Russian Federation in an address to the Senate and had argued that Daesh (ISIS) terrorist group continues to pose a threat to the USA despite the Administration's claims that it has been defeated.



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