■ President-elect Donald J. Trump finds something “very strange” about his intelligence briefing on Friday — even though the White House says it was always planned for Friday.
■ But Mr. Trump will hold his first news conference as president-elect on Jan. 11 — at least, that’s the plan.
Trump once again finds intelligence ‘very strange.’
First, Mr. Trump said that the nation should move beyond talk of Russian interference in the presidential election, but that he would listen to what American intelligence experts had to say. Then, on New Year’s Eve, the president-elect promised that by Tuesday or Wednesday, he would reveal information on the hacking that Americans don’t know.
And now, he seems to think the intelligence community hasn’t quite gotten its story straight.