Trump Casts Doubt on Intelligence Community as He Receives First Briefing

Trump cast doubt on the intelligence community in an interview with Fox News.

The meeting between Trump and intelligence officials lasted about two hours.

During an interview with Fox News set to air Wednesday night, Trump was asked if he trusts U.S. intelligence.

"Not so much from the people that have been doing it for our country. Look what's happened over the last 10 years. Look what's happened over the years. It's been catastrophic,” Trump told Fox. "I won't use some of the people that are sort of your standards, just use them, use them, use them. Very easy to use them. But I won't use them because they've made such bad decisions.”

"Today, Mr. Trump convened a meeting of some of the top foreign policy and national security experts in the country to discuss how to win the war against Radical Islamic Terrorism," the campaign said in a statement. "The participants talked about improving immigration screening and standards to keep out radicals, working with moderate Muslims to foster reforms, and partnering with friendly regimes in the Middle East to stamp out ISIS."