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Trump’s Top Spies Just Contradicted the White House on 3 Big Issues: Top U.S. intelligence officials went to Congress on Tuesday to offer an annual assessment of global threats. But their testimony revealed an issue at home: lingering disagreements between the White House and the intelligence community.

Speaking to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Mike Pompeo and other high-ranking officials disputed President Donald Trump’s accounting of multiple national-security related issues.

Here are three key areas where the answers given by the intelligence chiefs diverged from those from the White House.

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Trump’s Top Spies Just Contradicted the White House on 3 Big Issues: Top U.S. intelligence officials went to Congress on Tuesday to offer an annual assessment of global threats. But their testimony revealed an issue at home: lingering disagreements between the White House and the intelligence community.Speaking to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Mike Pompeo and other high-ranking officials disputed President Donald Trump’s accounting of multiple national-security related issues.Here are three key areas where the answers given by the intelligence chiefs diverged from those from the White House.Trump’s Top Spies Just Contradicted the White House on 3 Big Issues: Top U.S. intelligence officials went to Congress on Tuesday to offer an annual assessment of global threats. But their testimony revealed an issue at home: lingering disagreements between the White House and the intelligence community.Speaking to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Mike Pompeo and other high-ranking officials disputed President Donald Trump’s accounting of multiple national-security related issues.Here are three key areas where the answers given by the intelligence chiefs diverged from those from the White House.