Trump picks Dan Coats for intelligence director
President-elect of usa Donald Trump has nominated Former Governor Dan Coats, an Indiana-born senator, as the director of the National Intelligence. Cote, a former ambassador to the German Senate Intelligence Committee (CTO), was widely known to coordinate 16 intelligence agencies and security agencies.
“Dan has clearly demonstrated the profound subjectivity and sound judgment that must lead our intelligence agencies,” Trump said in a statement.
“Once identified as the director of national intelligence, he will provide a solid leadership that respects the entire intelligence community and will lead the government to the constant perimeter of those who want to hurt us,” he said.
The announcement comes a day after the Republican President – elect met James Clapper, the National Intelligence Director, and CIA ‘s John Brennan. The Democratic Party, whose purpose was to help Russian President Vladimir Putin help him establish a trumpet in the vast cyber-attack White House.
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On Saturday he condemned the Democratic National Committee as “a grave error” and blamed Democrats for hacking. “The only reason that the poorly defended DNC hacking is being discussed is that Dems’s loss is so huge that it’s totally embarrassing!”
He repeated the view that the intelligence outcome showed that the hack that affected the election results was “absolutely no evidence.” “Do not touch the voting machine!”
Trump also promised to improve relations with Russia. “Only foolish people or foolish people will think it is bad!” He wrote.
But the choice of Court (73) reassured critics of Trump’s tribute to President Putin and expressed his intention to improve relations with Moscow.
Blacklisted by Moscow.
From 1989 to 1999, he served as a Republican senator from Indiana, and from 2011 until Tuesday until his term – until the end of his tenure – one of six US lawmakers and three US advisors on the blacklist of Moscow in 2014, The country seized the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine as a retaliation for.
The senator, who insisted on imposing sanctions against Moscow, pointed to the ban as a subject of respect. He was US ambassador to Germany under the George W. Bush administration from 2001 to 2005 and has served on the Senate Intelligence Committee as well as the Economic Commission for the past six years.
He welcomed his nomination on Saturday.
“There is no priority over keeping the safety of the US, and I will use all the tools I can use to make it happen,” he said in a statement.
His nomination must pass the Senate confirmation. DNI, created after the September 11, 2001 attacks, oversees coordination among heterogeneous agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Security Agency, Main advisors to.
The US media reported earlier this week that the Trump Transition Team is planning to shrink the director of National Intelligence. But incoming White House journalist Sean Spicer called the report “false”.