As Haines sat down for an interview with NPR, her aides handed out a declassified report blaming Saudi Arabia's crown prince for a brutal killing.
Avril Haines began her confirmation hearing by pledging to "never shy from speaking truth to power," an implicit criticism of President Trump's management of the country's vast intelligence network.
Sue Gordon was in line to be acting director of national intelligence after Dan Coats quit last year. President Trump thought otherwise. Gordon now recounts her time in his administration.