The US President-elect Donald trump
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Donald trump, do not support the conclusions of U.S. intelligence about Russia’s intervention in elections, holding consultations on its reorganization, recognized the WSJ. The President-elect, according to the newspaper, said US intelligence “bloated and politicized”
The US President-elect Donald trump consults with his advisers on restructuring of the Office of the Director of National intelligence (ODNI). About this newspaper The Wall Street Journal , citing sources familiar with the situation.
According to interlocutors of the edition, Trumpkin is convinced that the dni’s office is putting the U.S. has become “bloated and politicized.”
According to the newspaper’s sources, advisors of the elected President are also working on the reform plan of the Central intelligence Agency (CIA). In particular, discussed plans to cut staff in the headquarters of the CIA in Virginia and increase the number of people working for the CIA in different countries. To comment on the newspaper this information to the CIA refused.
“Team trump believes that the intelligence community has become totally politicized”, — quotes Agency the words of one of his companions. “They [the agencies] should be simplified. The focus will be on reorganization of agencies and their interaction among themselves,” he added.
National US intelligence was created after the attacks of 11 September 2001. The Agency brings together 17 separate U.S. government agencies involved in information gathering and the conduct of intelligence activities in the interests of the state.
Reports of trump’s plans to reorganize Necrotico the US comes amid criticism of the elected President to address the American special services about their findings that a cyber attack on the political system of the United States involved in the leadership of Russia.
On the eve of his Twitter, trump wrote that “very strange” that the intelligence report about the so-called Russian hackers has been postponed until Friday, January 6. Prior to that, trump said that not sure about the Russian involvement in cyber attacks.
At the end of December last year, the administration of incumbent U.S. President Barack Obama announced the extension of the list of anti-Russian sanctions. Washington has accused Moscow of meddling in the electoral process. Then trump promised to meet with the leadership of intelligence and more information about the evidence of Moscow’s involvement in the cyber attacks.