Trump nominated him as director of national intelligence, who dropped the presidential nomination

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 Trump nominated him as director of national intelligence, who dropped the presidential nomination


Trump nominated Ratcliffe as director of national intelligence. (source: Russia today)

Overseas.com, feb.20

On Friday (28 local time), US President trump announced his nomination of Congressman John Ratcliffe as director of national intelligence.

According to Russia today, when trump left Washington for the South Carolina campaign rally on the afternoon of the 28th, he suddenly announced the news and praised Ratcliffe as an outstanding talent. Trumps decision is currently pending confirmation by the Senate, the report said.

In fact, this is Ratcliffes second nomination as the director of national intelligence. On July 28, 2019, trump nominated Ratcliffe as director of national intelligence, but five days later, trump decided to give up the nomination, and Ratcliffe later announced that he would withdraw from the nomination process.

Ratcliffe, 54, a former federal prosecutor and mayor of heath, Texas, was elected to the house of representatives in 2015 and is the youngest member of the house intelligence and justice committee.

In addition, Ratcliffe claims to have anti-terrorism experience as a federal prosecutor in Texas, but some lawmakers have identified him as overstating his qualifications..

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Several media have previously reported that Ratcliffe is a loyal supporter of trump. Ratcliffe defended trump when former federal prosecutor Robert Miller testified in Congress on the all Russia investigation.

Former U.S. director of national intelligence Dan Coates left office on August 15 last year, followed by Joseph Maguire, head of the anti terrorist center, as acting director of national intelligence. Half a year later, trump announced on social media on February 19 that Richard Greiner, the U.S. ambassador to Germany, would replace Joseph Maguire as the new acting director of national intelligence.