U.S. intelligence officials' mistrust of President Donald Trump is so acute that they have withheld information from him, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing current and former officials familiar with the matter.
The information withheld includes the sources and methods used to collect the intelligence, according to the newspaper.
The report comes amid Trump's claims that intelligence agencies have leaked information to undermine him. In a tweet on Wednesday, Trump blasted the intelligence community for leaks.
And in tweets on Thursday, Trump lashed out at the media.
"Any suggestion that the U.S. intelligence community is withholding information and not providing the best possible intelligence to the president and his national security team is not true," the Office of Director of National Intelligence said in a statement to the Journal.
The White House said it does not have evidence this is actually happening, the Journal said.
Withholding some information from presidents is not new for intelligence agencies, but the difference in Trump's case is that the decision to refrain from sharing sensitive intelligence stemmed from concerns about leaks or compromises, the Journal reported.
To read more, check out the full Wall Street Journal report.