intelligence briefings

The national security reporter says on CNN that the president is alarmingly out of touch in White House intelligence sessions.
Reached for comment, incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer questioned the need for an all-powerful eye, but said
The president-elect said on Sunday that he doesn't need the briefings because he is "smart."
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn will join Trump at Wednesday's top-secret session.
What do you give a buffoon with a big mouth? The CIA may have to be somewhat creative (read: make up stuff) in order to keep the nation's intelligence community from being completely annihilated by an idiot with itchy tweeting fingers.
Would it "do any good?" Top Democrat on Intelligence Committee is just wondering.
Asked if this was the basis of her letter to Panetta, Eshoo said she could not discuss what was a "highly classified program
Republicans ignited a firestorm of controversy on Thursday by revealing some of what they had been told at a closed-door
Barack Obama apparently has a hearty appetite for intelligence. The president-elect is receiving intelligence briefings every