Their leadership got Iraq wrong. Now they're making the same mistakes all over again. Earlier this week, the collective leadership of the United States intelligence community briefed Congress on the Worldwide Threat Assessment Report. In doing so, they provided testimony that seemed to contradict virtually every aspect of President Donald Trump's foreign policy, including the decision to withdraw troops from Syria and Afghanistan, the threat posed by Iran, North Korean denuclearization, and improving relations with Russia. The president, in typical fashion, lashed out, criticizing the intelligence community's collective analysis, which predictably elicited criticism from both Democrats and Republicans. They accused him of undermining public confidence in the pronouncements of the intelligence agencies and damaging national security. In this case, Trump is right and his detractors are wrong. The current crop of national intelligence chiefs are cut from the same cloth as their...
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