He appeared to suggest that once he took office he would conduct a wholesale clear out of Pentagon generals who had worked for Obama, the same military brass he has said earlier Tuesday he would ask for a new plan to fight ISIS within 30 days of taking office. “Well, they’ll probably be different generals, to be honest with you,” Trump said. “I think under the leadership Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, the generals have been reduced to rubble. They have been reduced to a point where it’s embarrassing for our country,” Trump said. Trump also spoke about the intelligence briefings he receives from US covert agencies as a presidential candidate in a way that would be unthinkable for most nominees, injecting partisanship into a process that is supposed to be immune from politics. He suggested that intelligence officials tasked to brief him were critical of the way Obama had handled US national security: “I’m pretty good with the body language. I could tell they were not happy. Our leaders did not follow what they were recommending.” Trump additionally courted controversy by repeating his assertions that the US should have kept Iraq’s oil after the invasion in 2003 to ensure that to the victor go the spoils. He also defended a previous Twitter comment in which he suggested rapes in the military were the result of an increase in female recruits. So controversial was Trump’s performance that it could overshadow Clinton’s lackluster showing.
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However, a U.S. official pointed out that intelligence officers don’t give policy advice, so it would be inaccurate to say that Obama failed to follow the advice of the intelligence community. A second U.S. official said analysts are trained not to allow their body language to betray their thinking. Meanwhile, four people with knowledge of the matter told NBC News that one of the advisers Trump brought to the briefing, retired general Mike Flynn, repeatedly interrupted the briefing with pointed questions. Two sources said Christie, the New Jersey governor and Trump adviser, verbally restrained Flynn one saying Christie said, “Shut up,” the other reporting he said, “Calm down.” Two other sources said Christie touched Flynn’s arm in an effort get him to calm down and let the officials continue. Requests for comment from Flynn and Christie were not immediately returned. In an interview on TODAY, Flynn was asked whether he saw what Trump claims he did at the briefing. interview“I sure did…in a very specific way,” Flynn said, though he went on to say that his conclusion was based not on body language but on intelligence officials drawing distinctions between the content of their briefing and White House policy. The intelligence briefing is given to the presidential nominee from each party. There were fewer than 10 people in the room at Trump’s briefing, and all the briefers were career intelligence officials, including both military officers and civilians, U.S.
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