/US Intelligence Service chief quits: White House

US Intelligence Service chief quits: White House

The White House said on Monday that the chief of the intelligence service was resigning from his post, indicating the continuation of the strike in the administration of President Trump. Intelligence service is responsible for the security of President Donald Trump and nation heads coming to America.

“America’s intelligence service director Randolph Tex Ales is going to go soon,” Trump spokesman Sarah Sanders said in a statement. President Trump has chosen James M Murray as a member of USSS, who will take charge of the director in May.

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