US Federal Investigation Director Christopher Ray, US Central Intelligence Director Gina Haspel, US Secretary of Defense Esper… the fate of the heads of these US security agencies may follow the US presidential election. End and change. According to news from the US “Axios” news network on the 25th, according to people familiar with the matter, if successful re-election in this year’s US presidential election, President Donald Trump will immediately remove the positions of the above-mentioned senior officials, and US security agencies will face “big Exchange blood”. US “Axios” News Network: President Donald Trump’s “executive list” after the election The list of dismissals in the US President’s plan may be longer, but dealing with the above-mentioned US officials will be a priority for President Donald Trump. Christopher Ray and Haspel, the Republican Party of the United States, said that they are spies in the inner circle of President Donald Trump and they are not trusted. An American official bluntly stated that if it were not for the fact that actions taken before the US presidential election would cause trouble, President Donald Trump would have fired the two. Three years ago, James Comey, the former director of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and Ray’s predecessor, was fired for investigating President Donald Trump’s “Russian Gate”. Ray was appointed by President Donald Trump to take office. Since the beginning of this year, Ray and President Donald Trump, who are the Director of the FBI, have diverged on a number of issues, including election fraud in the US presidential election and the diplomatic relations of Joe Biden’s son (Hunt Biden). FBI Director Christopher Ray FBI official website In recent months, “mailing of U.S. presidential election ballots can easily lead to election fraud in the U.S. presidential election” has been a frequent topic raised by President Donald Trump. At this point, Ray and President Donald Trump sang the opposite. Ray stated in September this year that the FBI had not found any signs of widespread election fraud, including mailing of US presidential votes. He told the U.S. Congress that the FBI found no “evidence of fraud by voters across the country.” On another issue, Ray also disappointed President Donald Trump. Near the US presidential election, Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden accidentally leaked his “cheating” information, which made President Donald Trump “extremely happy”. According to the outflow of computer hard disk information, Hunter Biden once introduced a Ukrainian energy company executive to his father Joe Biden. Then, less than a year later, the then-Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, put pressure on Ukraine, and the then-US Vice President Joe Biden asked to fire the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating the company. The FBI led by Lei did not launch a formal investigation into the case. “Axios” news network’s statement was confirmed by Fox News. US Fox News quoted a senior US government official as saying on the 25th that President Donald Trump is planning to remove Ray from office. Another senior U.S. official said that after the U.S. presidential election, Ray “is very likely to leave.” Fox News noted that the general term of the director of the FBI is ten years. If Lei really leaves, his term will be shortened by nearly seven years than normal. U.S. CIA Director Gina Haspel “Axios” pointed out that the other one that made President Donald Trump more and more disappointed” was the Director of Central Intelligence Haspel. From the perspective of the West Wing of the White House, where the office of the President of the United States is located, Haspel still considers her own work in this field to be “manipulation of others and results.” A source in the United States told “Axios” that Haspel’s idea made the White House “suspicious about her motives.” Earlier this month, the US Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe approved the declassification of relevant documents to the US Department of Justice. These documents will help the US Department of Justice review the US Obama administration’s handling of Donald Trump’s “Russian Gate” the way. This approach of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence of the United States is at odds with Haspel. She insists: The sources of information related to these materials need to be protected. The source said that Haspel is considering whether to voluntarily resign. Since the Office of the Director of National Intelligence began to promote the decryption of these documents, there have been rumors that no matter who (President Donald Trump? Joe Biden, former vice president) finally entered the White House, Haspel intends to leave the CIA. A senior U.S. government official denied the news of Haspel’s imminent departure. The senior U.S. official told Fox News, “Haspel will not go anywhere. The president of the United States has a very good relationship with her.” U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper As another person on the list of replacements for President Donald Trump by the media, US Secretary of Defense Esper faces a similar fate. Prior to this, Esper and President Donald Trump disagree on many issues. The “Death of Freud” at the end of May this year triggered a large-scale demonstration of “the life of black people is also the life” that spread throughout the United States. The Los Angeles Times reported that on June 1, President Donald Trump said in a speech that I would send troops to all states in the United States to “quell the chaos.” Soon thereafter, Esper stated: I do not support President Donald Trump’s plan to use the “American Counter-Insurgency Act” to mobilize active US troops to suppress it. The two people disagree on issues such as the continued use of the Confederate flag in the US military and the cause of the Lebanese capital explosion. A senior US government official told Fox News that, like Ray, Esper may resign, but it is unclear whether Esper will voluntarily resign or be fired by the US president. What’s interesting is that at a press conference in August this year, President Donald Trump also “praised” Esper. When asked if he still trusts Esper’s leadership, President Donald Trump responded by saying “I think he is good.” On the question of whether to consider firing Esper, President Donald Trump played “Tai Chi”, claiming that “I think for myself: I want to replace everyone.” The U.S. presidential election has not yet settled, but there are rumors about the personnel changes in the Donald Trump administration in the United States. In response to this, White House spokesperson Judd Deere said in response to “Axios”: “We have no personnel changes yet. We have no changes in personnel after the US presidential election or (President Donald Trump)’s second term. It is not appropriate to make a guess.” Last week, Deere told the Washington Post, “If the President of the United States loses faith in someone, he will let you know.” It is worth mentioning that President Donald Trump has increasingly valued the “loyalty” of cabinet members of the US government. Two U.S. White House officials told Axios that Chris Riddle, the White House’s deputy chief of staff for policy coordination, will be in charge of the White House’s transitional work, which includes a review of the new cabinet members of the U.S. government. Riddle cooperated with McKenty, who is in charge of the U.S. President’s Office of Personnel, who has been in charge of conducting a “loyalty test” in order to raise opponents of President Donald Trump from the U.S. government. Google Translate Chen Sihong

US Federal Investigation Director Christopher Ray, US Central Intelligence Director Gina Haspel, US Secretary of Defense Esper… the fate of the heads of these US security agencies may follow the US presidential election. End and change.
According to news from the US “Axios” news network on the 25th, according to people familiar with the matter, if successful re-election in this year’s US presidential election, President Donald Trump will immediately remove the positions of the above-mentioned senior officials, and US security agencies will face “big Exchange blood”.

US “Axios” News Network: President Donald Trump’s “executive list” after the election
The list of dismissals in the US President’s plan may be longer, but dealing with the above-mentioned US officials will be a priority for President Donald Trump.
Christopher Ray and Haspel, the Republican Party of the United States, said that they are spies in the inner circle of President Donald Trump and they are not trusted.
An American official bluntly stated that if it were not for the fact that actions taken before the US presidential election would cause trouble, President Donald Trump would have fired the two.
Three years ago, James Comey, the former director of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and Ray’s predecessor, was fired for investigating President Donald Trump’s “Russian Gate”. Ray was appointed by President Donald Trump to take office.
Since the beginning of this year, Ray and President Donald Trump, who are the Director of the FBI, have diverged on a number of issues, including election fraud in the US presidential election and the diplomatic relations of Joe Biden’s son (Hunt Biden).

FBI Director Christopher Ray
FBI official website

In recent months, “mailing of U.S. presidential election ballots can easily lead to election fraud in the U.S. presidential election” has been a frequent topic raised by President Donald Trump.
At this point, Ray and President Donald Trump sang the opposite.

Ray stated in September this year that the FBI had not found any signs of widespread election fraud, including mailing of US presidential votes.
He told the U.S. Congress that the FBI found no “evidence of fraud by voters across the country.”

On another issue, Ray also disappointed President Donald Trump.
Near the US presidential election, Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden accidentally leaked his “cheating” information, which made President Donald Trump “extremely happy”.
According to the outflow of computer hard disk information, Hunter Biden once introduced a Ukrainian energy company executive to his father Joe Biden.
Then, less than a year later, the then-Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, put pressure on Ukraine, and the then-US Vice President Joe Biden asked to fire the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating the company.
The FBI led by Lei did not launch a formal investigation into the case.
“Axios” news network’s statement was confirmed by Fox News.
US Fox News quoted a senior US government official as saying on the 25th that President Donald Trump is planning to remove Ray from office.

Another senior U.S. official said that after the U.S. presidential election, Ray “is very likely to leave.”
Fox News noted that the general term of the director of the FBI is ten years. If Lei really leaves, his term will be shortened by nearly seven years than normal.

U.S. CIA Director Gina Haspel

“Axios” pointed out that the other one that made President Donald Trump more and more disappointed” was the Director of Central Intelligence Haspel.

From the perspective of the West Wing of the White House, where the office of the President of the United States is located, Haspel still considers her own work in this field to be “manipulation of others and results.”
A source in the United States told “Axios” that Haspel’s idea made the White House “suspicious about her motives.”
Earlier this month, the US Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe approved the declassification of relevant documents to the US Department of Justice. These documents will help the US Department of Justice review the US Obama administration’s handling of Donald Trump’s “Russian Gate” the way.
This approach of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence of the United States is at odds with Haspel. She insists:
The sources of information related to these materials need to be protected.
The source said that Haspel is considering whether to voluntarily resign.
Since the Office of the Director of National Intelligence began to promote the decryption of these documents, there have been rumors that no matter who (President Donald Trump? Joe Biden, former vice president) finally entered the White House, Haspel intends to leave the CIA.

A senior U.S. government official denied the news of Haspel’s imminent departure.
The senior U.S. official told Fox News, “Haspel will not go anywhere. The president of the United States has a very good relationship with her.”

U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper

As another person on the list of replacements for President Donald Trump by the media, US Secretary of Defense Esper faces a similar fate.

Prior to this, Esper and President Donald Trump disagree on many issues.
The “Death of Freud” at the end of May this year triggered a large-scale demonstration of “the life of black people is also the life” that spread throughout the United States.
The Los Angeles Times reported that on June 1, President Donald Trump said in a speech that I would send troops to all states in the United States to “quell the chaos.”
Soon thereafter, Esper stated:
I do not support President Donald Trump’s plan to use the “American Counter-Insurgency Act” to mobilize active US troops to suppress it.
The two people disagree on issues such as the continued use of the Confederate flag in the US military and the cause of the Lebanese capital explosion.
A senior US government official told Fox News that, like Ray, Esper may resign, but it is unclear whether Esper will voluntarily resign or be fired by the US president.
What’s interesting is that at a press conference in August this year, President Donald Trump also “praised” Esper.
When asked if he still trusts Esper’s leadership, President Donald Trump responded by saying “I think he is good.”
On the question of whether to consider firing Esper, President Donald Trump played “Tai Chi”, claiming that “I think for myself: I want to replace everyone.”
The U.S. presidential election has not yet settled, but there are rumors about the personnel changes in the Donald Trump administration in the United States.
In response to this, White House spokesperson Judd Deere said in response to “Axios”: “We have no personnel changes yet. We have no changes in personnel after the US presidential election or (President Donald Trump)’s second term. It is not appropriate to make a guess.”
Last week, Deere told the Washington Post, “If the President of the United States loses faith in someone, he will let you know.”
It is worth mentioning that President Donald Trump has increasingly valued the “loyalty” of cabinet members of the US government.
Two U.S. White House officials told Axios that Chris Riddle, the White House’s deputy chief of staff for policy coordination, will be in charge of the White House’s transitional work, which includes a review of the new cabinet members of the U.S. government.
Riddle cooperated with McKenty, who is in charge of the U.S. President’s Office of Personnel, who has been in charge of conducting a “loyalty test” in order to raise opponents of President Donald Trump from the U.S. government.

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