Wow. Wow. Ok. Um, sometimes the daily briefing has different things so that you will understand what intelligence professionals are finding out as they happen to find it out. This should inform how you form and deploy strategies to minimize harmful outcomes to defend the state. It really won't be the same every day. Sometimes it is really, really important. Also, I think he has the weird idea that "intelligence" means that he is being given it because someone somewhere thinks he is not "smart"--like an intelligence briefing is when people notice you might be a quart or so low, intelligence wise, and try to top up your tank. As if he feels stricken that people are trying to inform his insecure naiive ass about anything.
As opposed to, yes, there are people who try to (and sometimes risk their lives to) gather intelligence to keep our country (which means specifically--it's leadership) well apprised of what is going on in the world. Trump seems utterly unaware that this is meaningful or how it impacts on his ability to do his new job or the work involved in producing the briefing that he should feel honored (as his VP-to-be, Mike Pence, understands) to receive.
I don't like that a person who gets info from InfoWars is lackadaisical about consulting with our intelligence agencies. He definitely seems in need of lots of understanding he does not have.