Us intelligence director: 18 can not submit foreign interference in the election report

Director of U.S. Intelligence John F. Ratcliffe will not submit an assessment of foreign interference in the election on December 18th.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) announced on Monday that it would delay the submission of its assessment of foreign interference in the election and that Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe would not submit his assessment by the December 18 deadline.

Eastern time on December 16, quoted ODNI official twitter account director of strategic communications Amanda shaw (Amanda Schoch) as saying: “this afternoon, intelligence director informed professional intelligence officials, intelligence community will be unable to deadline on December 18th, in accordance with administrative order and congressional rules, submit the intelligence about the 2020 U.S. presidential election the classified evaluation report of foreign threats.”

“Reports have been received by the intelligence community since the election, but some agencies have not yet completed their coordination of reports,” she added.

“The Director of Intelligence is committed to providing this report to our clients as soon as possible.” Shocker added.

Bloomberg and Fox News, citing sources, said there was no consensus within the intelligence community that the Communist Party would try to interfere in the 2020 presidential election.

A senior intelligence official told Fox News that Ratcliffe wanted “intelligence to be accurate and honest about China and everything else.”

Katherine Heuther, CBS News senior correspondent. Intelligence Chief Ratcliffe said the Chinese Communist Party, Iran and Russia all interfered in the U.S. election, Catherine Herridge reported Tuesday.

The Chinese Communist Party is suspected of manipulating the Dominican Voting system to interfere in the US election due to massive fraud, and legal proceedings are underway.

According to Executive Order 13848 signed by President Trump in 2018, the intelligence director is required to submit an informal assessment of whether a foreign power interfered in the election and whether anyone acted as a foreign agent no later than 45 days after the election.

“In recent years, the expansion of digital devices and internet-based communications has created enormous vulnerabilities and amplified their scope and intensity, as shown in the 2017 intelligence community assessment,” Trump wrote in his executive order. I hereby declare a state of emergency in response to this threat.”

December 18 is the deadline for the intelligence director to submit his assessment report. The Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security will then submit a formal assessment within 45 days of receiving the intelligence director’s report, with a deadline of Feb. 1.

In an opinion piece published in the Wall Street Journal on December 3, Ratcliffe argued that the Chinese Communist Party is now the greatest threat to the United States and to democracy and freedom in the world since World War II.

“The intelligence is clear: Beijing intends to dominate the United States and the rest of the world economically, militarily and technologically.” Mr. Ratcliffe said the Communist Party should be the top national security concern for America’s future. “Washington should also be prepared that leaders must reach across party lines, understand the threat, speak openly about it, and take action to address it.”