BREAKING, Adam Schiff received one letter.

Adam Schiff received one letter that let him know his life just changed for good. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is one of the biggest thorns in the side of President Trump.

BREAKING, Adam Schiff received one letter.

But now it’s a new day. And that’s because Adam Schiff received one letter that let him know his life just changed for good.

Adam Schiff, Deep State agents within the intelligence Community raged when President Trump appointed Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell as the new Acting Director of National Intelligence. Grenell replaced Joe McGuire who played into Schiff’s hands during the impeachment hoax by forwarding a whistleblower complaint to Congress.

After assuming the job of Acting Director, Grenell began making personnel changes like appointing the first woman to ever oversee the National Counterterrorism Center. Schiff fired off an angry letter to Grenell on April 7 where Schiff asserted that he actually ran the Office of Director of National Intelligence by demanding Grenell explain any personnel changes and inform Schiff if Grenell intended to make any more moves.

“President Trump did not nominate you for confirmation as permanent DNI, and it would be inappropriate for you to pursue any additional leadership, organizational, or staffing changes to ODNI during your temporary tenure,” Schiff wrote. Schiff also implied that Grenell muzzled career intelligence officers from giving their full views on matters like alleged Russian attempts to influence the 2020 election.

Grenell shot back with a sharply worded letter rejecting all of Schiff’s charges and making it clear he worked for the President and not some partisan Democrat in Congress. In his letter, Grenell wrote that he felt “compelled to defend these career officers from unsubstantiated indictments of their motivations and judgment.” “Many are offended by the accusations that they did not share unvarnished assessments,” Grenell added.

Grenell put Schiff in his place by reminding the House Intelligence Committee Chairman that they both represented co-equal branches of government and “to think of the relationship between your committee and the IC as that between the legislative and executive branches of government, rather than that between a hedge fund and a distressed asset, as your letter suggests.” Schiff was used to having Never-Trump patsies like Dan Coats and Joe McGuire in the role of Director of National Intelligence.

Grenell made it clear that he works for the President and on behalf of American national security. And now for the first time in his administration the President has a Director of National Intelligence that won’t work against him.

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