Thursday, November 10, 2016

The Military, Intelligence Community, National Security Agencies, And Foreign Allies Prepare For A President Donald Trump

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks aboard the USS Iowa in San Pedro, Calif., in September. (Robyn Beck/Agence France-Presse)

CNN: Donald Trump to soon receive intel 'crown jewels'

Washington (CNN)President-elect Donald Trump will receive two different sets of intelligence briefings, CNN has learned.

Trump is scheduled to begin receiving the President's Daily Brief very soon, according to two US officials. The logistics of how the briefings take place are still being worked out.

Trump will also receive briefings on the so-called crown jewels of intelligence, one official told CNN. These briefings will provide Trump with information on the nation's most secretive intelligence-gathering programs from the intelligence community and the US military.

Trump will be briefed on matters such as signals intelligence collection methods of the National Security Agency, operations conducted by the Pentagon's Joint Special Operations Command and CIA overseas intelligence collections operations.

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More News On The Military, Intelligence Community, National Security Agencies, And Foreign Allies Preparing For A President Donald Trump

Trump To Receive Same Top-Secret Briefings As President Obama -- NPR

Defense secretary pledges orderly transition to Trump -- The Hill

After Donald Trump's surprising win, Pentagon launches immediate transition -- Military Times

Carter pledges military cooperation with Trump transition -- Politico

Trump's Team Has Yet to Reach Out to the Pentagon, But Rumors Fly Over the Next SecDef -- Foreign Policy‎

Who will be Trump's secretary of defense? -- Military Times

Trump National Security Team Includes Surprising Names -- NBC

Randy Forbes is the Favorite for Trump’s Secretary of the Navy -- USNI News

Speculation rampant on who will be Trump's national security leaders -- Washington Examiner

Here’s Who Trump Should Pick for His National-Security Team -- NRO

Intelligence community is already feeling a sense of dread about Trump -- Washington Post

U.S. intelligence officials “dread” Donald Trump’s presidency -- VICE

Cotton: Trump can make 'tough calls' on waterboarding -- The Hill

German defense minister says Trump can't treat NATO like a business -- Reuters

NATO chief on Trump win: US leadership 'as important as ever' -- The Hill

Continuity in Indo-US Defense Ties Seen Under Trump -- Defense News

South Korea to Promote Bilateral Defense Deals With US Under Trump -- Sputnik

South Korea: Trump pledged to uphold alliance -- The Hill

Trump May Require Increase in Japan’s Expenditures Under Security Treaty -- Sputnik

U.S. Allies in Asia Work to Keep Security Pacts After Trump Win -- WSJ

Trump win puts pressure on Ottawa to boost military spending -- Globe and Mail

Northern Europe, Baltics Worry About the 'Unknowns' of a Trump Reign -- Defense News

Will top cyber talent join the Trump team? Jury's out -- Next Gov

Trump administration promises more aggressive, less political cyber stance -- Federal Times

Inside the Pentagon, early fears Trump will micromanage the generals more than Obama did -- Military Times

Will Trump change NATO's new Afghan strategy? -- Florian Weigand, DW

Brookings Institution Expresses Concern Over Trump Views on NATO, Military Spending -- USNI News

Two thoughts on Trump and defense -- Thomas Ricks, Foreign Policy

Team Trump Struggling to Fill National-Security Jobs -- The Daily Beast

How Trump Must Now Shift from Candidate to Commander-in-Chief -- Mark Thompson, Time

The New Defense Odd Couple: Trump and McCain -- National Interest

Nervous Pentagon Wonders if It Can Slow Down Commander in Chief Trump -- Daily Beast

Defense Industry Expecting Boost from Trump Election -- Defense News

How much will Donal Trump really spend on defense? -- War On The Rocks

President Trump Is Likely To Boost U.S. Military Spending By $500 Billion To $1 Trillion -- Forbes

Trump’s Pentagon, Trump’s World; Defense Stocks Soar -- Breaking Defense

Dear President-elect: Advocacy group's open letter to Trump outlines key concerns of military families -- Military Times

At the Pentagon, Troops React to Trump's Surprising Win --

Like ‘the day Osama was killed’: How the military is reacting to Trump’s victory -- Thomas Gibbons-Neff, Washington post

With Trump as commander in chief, ‘America is in uncharted territory’ -- Missy Ryan, Washington Post

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