CIA Chief: Trump should be wary of Russia, Iran
United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan warned President-elect Donald Trump and his upcoming administration to be cautious of Russian promises and of the ending of Iranian nuclear deal, BBC reported on Wednesday.
"I think President Trump and the new administration need to be wary of Russian promises," said the CIA director during a BBC interview. He also criticized Moscow for its actions in Syria, calling the Russians out on “disingenuous” negotiation plans and their unwillingness to cooperate on a mutually acceptable deal.
President-elect Donald Trump addressed U.S.-Russian relations during his campaigning for the elections, hinting inclination towards Russia and President Vladimir Putin.