US President Trump said today that Federal Representative Reichlif will withdraw from the National Intelligence Director nomination. Reycliffe has been criticized by Democratic Party members for exaggerating his work experience and misleading information on counter-terrorism incidents.
Trump said today that John Ratcliffe will withdraw from the nomination of the Director of National Intelligence. Trump said in Twitter that Reichli decided to stay in the House of Representatives and did not want to be slandered by his opponent. Trump also accused that Reichli was treated unfairly.
Reichli was nominated by Trump to take over the current intelligence director Dan Coats who will leave on August 15. Trump’s tweet at the time pointed out that “John (Rycliffe), who served as the prosecutor, will be extraordinary and inspiring for the country he loves.”
Reichli has been a strong defender of Trump, including former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director James Comey and former special prosecutor Robert Mueller, both of Trump’s big nemesis. Criticized by Reycliffe. However, because of Trump’s “speaking and listening,” Reichli’s nomination was questioned.
Reycliffe has been criticized by Democratic Party members for his exaggerated work experience and misleading people for his participation in major anti-terrorism incidents.
Although he was not appointed to the US National Intelligence Director, Reichli was highly concerned about intelligence secrets. In the 2020 fiscal year national defense authorization law passed by the US House of Representatives on July 12, Reichli proposed that the Secretary of Defense must report on the establishment of a high-level working group between Taiwan and the United States and cyber security cooperation. This amendment was also approved by the House of Representatives.
According to the final version published by the House of Representatives, Congress requested that within 180 days of the entry into force of the bill, the Secretary of Defense should report to the Congressional Military Committee on the establishment of a high-level, inter-departmental US-Taiwan working group to coordinate the feasibility of responding to emerging Internet security issues; The Ministry of National Defense is currently and in the future discussing the plans for network security cooperation between the United States and Taiwan; US and Taiwan report on the obstacles discussed in the establishment, implementation or implementation of relevant agreements on network security.