LANGLEY, VIRGINIA -- According to news reports published today in local papers, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence could soon see themselves out of jobs under Trump's administration. Reports indicate that Trump "plans to shrink down both offices in favor of putting more agents in various outposts across the globe".
The first office was first created in 2004 to manage cooperation between intelligence agencies post 9/11. But under a Trump administration, said office would likely be almost kaput if not shrunken entirely.
Via The Wall Street Journal