President Obama on Sunday ordered an investigation into whether intelligence reports had been altered to give an upbeat picture of the war against ISIS. At a news conference in Malaysia, Obama said he expected the Pentagon’s inspector general to find “the truth” in a probe into allegations that reports from analysts at the United States Central Command, known as Centcom, had been manipulated. Earlier this year, The Daily Beast revealed more than 50 Centcom analysts had formally complained that officials were improperly interfering with ISIS intelligence reports. The Pentagon’s internal investigation has found some Defense Department analysts who said their supervisors altered conclusions about military failures before signing off on reports, according to The New York Times.
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