Iranian missile photographs are an intelligence that led to an increase in the White House warnings about Iran's threat, the Times announced on Wednesday
Two US officials told the newspaper that only a decrypted photo did not sufficiently convince Iran's threat. The Department of Security did not disclose the declassified photo.
Other classified photos show the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps appointed by the Trump administration as a terrorist group loading rockets at several Iranian ports. Two US officials told Times & # 39;
Officials warned that publishing other photos could undermine confidential information sources and methods, Times reported
Intelligence sparked a heated debate between the White House, the Pentagon, the CIA and US allies over Iran's threat under Times & # 39;
John Bolton, a short national security adviser, and Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State, believe that photos and other intelligence can show that Iran is about to attack US forces.
Other senior administrative officials, congressmen, and US allies believe Iran's actions can be defended most often
The Post reported recently that Short was angry and annoyed by what he considered "military planning" from his highest advisers, including Bolton, who advocated a change of regime in Tehran. It is a short concern that the US could be overcome with a military confrontation with Iran and instead want to follow a diplomatic approach to tension, several US officials said by mail.
Garrett Marquis of the National Security Council returned to the report, saying to Post, that "it does not accurately reflect reality".
Briefly denied that there was any contradiction between his administration and Iranian politics.
"Different opinions are expressed and I make a decisive and final decision ̵
On Thursday, Trump administration will hold classified information about Iran with heads and heads of congresses from both countries. Republican and Democratic Members of the Chamber and Senate Intelligence Committee