Our leaders did not follow what they were recommending.” referenceTrump advisor Mike Flynn, who attended the briefings with the candidate, supported Trump’s comments in an interview with NBC. Flynn, a retired Army lieutenant general and former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said he also saw briefers convey displeasure with White House policy. “I sure did … in a very specific way,” said Flynn, who added that intelligence officers made distinctions between their briefing points and White House policy, according to NBC. Some Republicans asked about the comments made by their party’s presidential nominee took issue — if cautiously — with his characterization. “Typically, I will say, with intelligence briefings they really attempt not to give you a direction,” Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee told CNN’s Jake Tapper. Corker complained that Tapper’s question put him in a “personality referee position, which is not a position that I should be in or want to be in.” He then echoed Priess’ point that intelligence briefers “try to keep it to the facts of the intelligence gathering they’ve put together.” Priess said it’s possible, given that Trump has no prior experience with intelligence briefings, that the officers describing global hotspots said “something that he interpreted as a policy recommendation.” The national security expert said it’s also possible that the analysis presented by the briefers didn’t align with the president’s narrative. The source offered as an example Obama’s 2014 reference to ISIS as a “JV team,” when many in the intelligence community regarded it as a strong and growing threat. The other interpretation, Priess said, was that Trump is “seeking to politicize intel briefings he’s received in a way that no other candidate has ever done.” Trump’s claims about his briefings weren’t his first apparent inconsistency on intelligence matters.
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This can cause distraction and interrupt the flow of any conversation. The symbol of ‘perfect’ and ‘okay’ is made by curling the index finger to touch the tip of the thumb, while raising rest of the fingers. Indications : Inward slanting eyebrows that are squeezed together, raised chin, lips pressed together, frowning, and mouth twisted to one side with a crease on the cheek. The main point here is to make sure you look professional. The man will behave the way he has been taught and what he has observed throughout his life. For long, hands and legs have been overlooked while talking of emotions and personalities. Even as kids, when our teacher used to give us a stern look, it was enough for us to pull up our socks and behave. There are certain etiquettes that must be followed after an interview is over. Thumbs-up is acknowledged as ‘well done’ and ‘very good’ while crossing fingers is a symbol of hope and anticipation.
So one of the useful tips is to give yourself some time and go through all your certificates, work experiences and educational degrees. If possible exclude the salary part, keep your answer confined to points mentioned before it. The questions can also vary from one organization to another as per their set guidelines. Then, you should use an informal salutation, ‘Dear James’. A person who is worried may have his brows pulled together and may have a thoughtful look. ~ A wrinkled forehead with tense, angry eyes, indicates an angry person. Always make sure you list more strengths as compared to weaknesses. Here is a list and explanation of the best ideas you can use to answer job interview questions related to your minuses. Be confident and sincere while you answer, else they may find you non-caring about your weaknesses.
ABCs BENJAMIN SIEGEL has more. http://abcn.ws/2ca0xd2 WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE TRUMP FOUNDATION’S DONATION TO FLORIDA AG PAM BONDI. Donald Trump has accused Hillary Clinton of using her position in the State Department to provide favors for donors to the Clinton Foundation, but one of his charitable organizations past donations has also raised questions. The questions center on a $25,000 check the Donald J. Trump Foundation sent to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondis fundraising committee in 2013, notes ABCs VERONICA STRACQUALURSI. Critics say the money looked like a way to persuade Bondis office not to join a lawsuit against the now-defunct Trump University, which Trump and Bondi deny. http://abcn.ws/2bYLhmb TRUMP CALLS FOR MILITARY CUTS TO BE LIFTED, CALLS CLINTON ‘TRIGGER HAPPY.’ Summing up his foreign policy in three words, “peace through strength,” Donald Trump called on Congress Wednesday to end the cuts to U.S. military spending. “As soon as I take office, I will ask Congress to fully eliminate the defense sequester and will submit a new budget to rebuild our military,” Trump told the Union League of Philadelphia in a speech focused on U.S.
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