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Nunes stirred up controversy when he secretly met with a White House intelligence official and used that meeting as a pretext for accusing Rice of improperly unmasking American citizens whose communications with Russians may have been discovered in intelligence gathering. Nunes stepped down from ...

These types of requests happened “in a whole range of contexts … long before the Russia stuff,” a former senior White House intelligence official told FP. That request could be connected to a meeting with a foreign minister the next day in an attempt to find out who that official had been in touch with in the ...
But, much more important than winning or losing a battle with the White House, intelligence officials withholding information from the president of the United States could help America lose a war. As members of the community consider how far to take this presidential pissing match, I sure hope that they ...
But, much more important than winning or losing a battle with the White House, intelligence officials withholding information from the president of the United States could help America lose a war. As members of the community consider how far to take this presidential pissing match, I sure hope that they ...
Even Oliver North took the Fifth Amendment,” he added, referring to the Marine lieutenant colonel and White House intelligence official who was called to testify before Congress during the Iran-contra affair in the 1980s. “The common knowledge according to all of us who were involved was, if you answer ...
Earlier on Wednesday, the Obama administration made official its support of the amended Freedom Act, which is a product of weeks of backroom negotiations among the White House, intelligence officials and House leadership. The House is scheduled to vote on the bill Thursday under closed rules, ...
Top White House intelligence officials at the time insisted it wasn't a “back door or a surprise,” as Congress had been properly informed about the program's risks from the start. The House and Senate's Judiciary and Intelligence committees had access to all of the related NSA court documents and ...
By now you know what the White House, intelligence officials and political commentators think about Edward Snowden, the computer guy who stole secret U.S. documents and gave some of them to Chinese authorities. The Chinese media have been having what one report called a “field day” with the ...


 

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