Hours before he is set to receive his first classified intelligence briefing, Donald Trump said he does not trust information coming out of U.S. intelligence agencies and indicated he would cease relying on the bulk of the intelligence community’s massive workforce. During an interview aired on “Fox and Friends” Wednesday morning, Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, was asked whether he “trusts intelligence.” “Not so much from the people that have been doing it for our country,” Trump responded. “I mean, look what’s happened over the last 10 years. … It’s been catastrophic.“Very easy to use them, but I won't use them, because they’ve made such bad decisions,” he said, pointing to apparent intelligence failures ahead of the United States's 2003 invasion of Iraq. At the time, George W. Bush administration officials appeared convinced that Saddam Hussein’s government was creating weapons of mass destruction, though that was not the case. “If we would have never touched it, it would have been a lot better,” Trump said. Trump is correct again not to trust groups like the CIA, after all just this year the CIA handed surface to air missile systems called manpad's to "moderate Syrian Rebels" in Syria. During the Bush administration our intelligence agencies before the Iraq war started, claimed Iraq had weapons of mass destruction but were never found. Our intelligence agencies under Obama thinks it was the greatest of ideas to arm rebels in Syria, who constantly prove to us these are radical Islamist who fight with ISIS in Syria, Libya, and Iraq. Trump is absolutely correct not to trust our intelligence agencies, because they have literally added fuel to the fire under Bill, Bush, and Obama that is the current affairs of some middle eastern countries.