Who actually is the benefactor of someone who is about to become commander in chief trashing the intelligence community?>> I think there is an important distinction here between healthy skepticism, which policy makers, to include policy maker number one, should always have for intelligence. But I think there's a difference between skepticism and disparagement.
The intelligence community is not perfect, prone sometimes to make errors. I don't think the intelligence community gets the credit it's due for what it does day in and day out to keep this nation safe and secure. And the numbers of plots, terrorist plots, that have been thwarted, both those focused on this country and other countries.