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Pressure Points

Is the CIA director caving to Trump on Russia and Iran?


INSIDE JOB At Trump’s urging, Pompeo met with a man who has been promoting a disputed theory that the 2016 hacking of the Democratic National Committee was not the work of Russian agents.

“This administration is sensitive to being attacked for being pro-rich people.”

IN EARLY NOVEMBER, CYNTHIA STORER SAT down and started sketching out her next lecture for an online course she’s teaching for Johns Hopkins University. The topic: “the politicization of intelligence.” The ex–CIA senior counterterrorism analyst, one of the famous “sisters” who tracked Osama bin Laden, remembers constant pressure from Vice President Dick Cheney and other Bush administration officials to find proof that Saddam Hussein had ties to Al-Qaeda.

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