Donald Trump isn’t going to like this. The man he appointed Director of National Intelligence is directly contradicting things the president said and so to the Republican Senate Majority Leader, someone who usually has Trump’s back.

Dan Coats testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday (watch above) saying ISIS and North Korea both still prove a threat. He raised a red flag on Russia as well.  It was all also spelled out in a 42-page “Worldwide Threat Assessment” he issued today.

Where Russia is concerned Coats writes, “We assess that Russia poses a cyber espionage, influence, and attack threat to the United States and our allies.” 

Included in the assessment is a warning about climate change. The same climate change Trump doesn’t believe is true. Coats writes:

Climate hazards such as extreme weather, higher temperatures, droughts, floods, wildfires, storms, sea level rise, soil degradation, and acidifying oceans are intensifying, threatening infrastructure, health, and water and food security. Irreversible damage to ecosystems and habitats will undermine the economic benefits they provide, worsened by air, soil, water, and marine pollution.

Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is going against Trump’s call to “immediately” withdraw troops from Syria. McConnell is introducing an amendment that would suggest the troops stay put.

No response from Trump yet.