U.S. intelligence officials warned lawmakers last week that Russia is meddling in U.S. elections yet again.
That's according to a source who spoke to Reuters.
A week later, U.S. President Donald Trump replaced his head of intelligence.
And according to a Thursday New York Times report, the disclosure angered Trump, who berated Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire a day later.
The Times' sources say he rebuked Maguire for allowing his staff to appear at the briefing.
Their report quoted five people familiar with the matter.