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[JC] Did your email trigger a FAKE NEWS blast?
WASHINGTON – President-elect Donald J. Trump has indicated that he does not intend to receive daily intelligence briefings about global affairs and national security threats after his inauguration, breaking with a tradition that commanders in chief from both parties have followed since the Cold War.
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Donald Trump is getting a President’s Daily Brief on average only once a week, according to a US official with knowledge of situation.
CLOSE WASHINGTON – The very first President’s Intelligence Checklist – the predecessor to what’s now known as the President’s Daily Briefing – was delivered to President John F. Kennedy on a June Saturday in 1961.