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Assessment provided to lawmakers by US intel chiefs directly contradicts claims made by President Trump on Russia, N. Korea, Iran and Syria

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US Intel chiefs Tuesday contradict President Trump on danger posed by ISIS, North Korea and other global threats

FBI director Christopher Wray, CIA chief Gina Haspel, Daniel Coats, director of National Intelligence, and General Robert Ashley, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, testified before Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Tuesday
The assessment provided to lawmakers by NIS and CIA directly contradicted claims made by President Trump
Coats, Gaspel and the heads of other intelligence agencies predicted that security threats to the United States and its allies will expand and diversify in 2019, driven in part by China and Russia
The president reportedly is increasingly upbeat about another round of talks with N. Korea and growing frustrated by ‘unfair’ media coverage of his diplomacy
Trump administration has been highlighting North Korea’s suspension of missile launches and nuclear tests
Critics have noted a lack of steps on the part of Pyongyang to reduce its nuclear capability, to date
Dan Coats – “We currently assess that North Korea will seek to retain its [weapons of mass destruction] capabilities”
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