He’ll get his Coats: Trump’s top intel man in peril
Four days after the Helsinki press conference that sparked a firestorm in the US, it emerged that the US’s top intelligence official still isn’t aware of what was discussed in the two-hour meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin
It’s entirely possible that by the time this newspaper hits the news-stands, Dan Coats, the Director of National Intelligence in the US, will be looking for a new job.
Four days after the Helsinki press conference that sparked a firestorm in the US, it emerged that the US’s top intelligence official still isn’t aware of what was discussed in the two-hour meeting between Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin....
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