RNC Convention Preview; Brennan Claims He Free Of Durham’s Investigation!

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John Brennan was interviewed Friday by U.S. Attorney John Durham as part of the review of any misconduct related to the origins of the Russia probe, but the former CIA director was assured he’s not a target in the investigation, a Brennan spokesman said.

“Earlier today Brennan was informed by Mr. Durham that he is not a subject or a target of a criminal investigation and that he is only a witness to events that are under review,” said Nick Shapiro, a Brennan spokesman. “The interview was conducted at CIA headquarters and lasted eight hours.”

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Former CIA Director Brennan comments on pipe bombs

(25 Oct 2018) Former CIA Director John Brennan spoke on Wednesday about the pipe bombs sent to Democratic politicians and news network CNN. The envelope received by CNN was actually addressed to Brennan. (Oct. 25)

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(15 Aug 2018) Here’s the latest for Wednesday August 15th: Cardinal Wuerl asking parishioners not to loose confidence in the Roman Catholic Church after report on sex abuse; Trump revokes John Brennan’s security clearance; Closing arguments made in Manafort trial. (Aug. 15)

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WH: Ex-CIA Director Brennan’s Clearance Revoked

(15 Aug 2018) President Donald Trump is revoking the security clearance of former CIA director John Brennan, who served in the Obama administration. (Aug. 15)

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Pete Souza Recalls Sandy Hook — The Worst Day Of Obama’s Presidency

Former chief official White House photographer Pete Souza, author of “Obama: An Intimate Portrait,” describes what it was like to photograph Obama immediately following the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. Following is a transcript of the video. 

Pete Souza: My name is Pete Souza, I was the chief official photographer for President Obama.

To set the scene a little bit, it was about a month since he had been reelected to a second term, so there was that sort of afterglow that was still being felt, I think, throughout the

White House. It was also Christmastime at the White House, so there were these decorations and Christmas trees, a very festive time of the year.

And word began to come out that there had been the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, and finally his Homeland Security Adviser John Brennan came up to the Oval Office, he had gathered all the facts, had talked to the FBI, and told the president that indeed 26 people had been shot, including 20 first grade kids.

In the picture, you see just kind of the energy just zap out of the president. I think he was thinking of this not only as a president, but imagining what it must be like as a parent. The horror of sending your six-year-old kid off to school, you put him on the school bus, and you never see them again because some crazy guy shot them to death, point blank, at their school.

So I think it was a very, he was very emotional, and just thinking about this as a fellow parent, almost more so than as a president.

Not long thereafter he had to go make a statement in the White House Press Briefing Room and it was difficult for him to maintain his emotions as he talked about this. And I think that was probably when he cried for the first time.

Barack Obama (12/14/12): They had their entire lives ahead of them. Birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of their own. Among the fallen were also teachers, men and women who devoted their lives to helping our children fulfill their dreams.

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Snooze Fest: US conducts yet another hearing on alleged Russian meddling in 2016 election

The ex-CIA chief John Brennan has been summoned to yet another hearing into alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election. It comes as the word impeachment is increasingly being heard in the media and online. But some people are using different methods, in their attempts to drive Trump out of office. RT’s Emily Sui has more.

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‘Brennan’s crocodile tears over scorched Syria give hypocrisy a bad name’

Accusing Russia of practicing a ‘scorched-earth policy’ in Syria is utterly hypocritical of CIA Director John Brennan who himself is largely responsible for nursing ‘moderate’ rebels and plunging the country into chaos, former CIA officer Ray McGovern has told RT.

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Dr. James Mitchell On High Value Detainees: The Architect (Extra Scene 2)

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The Senate Intelligence Committee has released a blistering, 500-page report on the CIA’s controversial detention and interrogation program, a document that committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein said represents the most significant oversight effort in the history of the US Senate.

The $40 million, five-year study concluded that CIA officials exaggerated the value of the intelligence they gleaned from dozens of “high-value detainees” held at black site prisons, where they were subjected to so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” such as sleep deprivation and waterboarding.

The committee reviewed more than 6 million pages of top-secret CIA documents and found that “two contract psychologists devised the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques and played a central role in the operation, assessments, and management of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program.” Mitchell is one of the psychologists. He is identified in the Senate report with the pseudonym Grayson Swigert. The report said “CIA Headquarters chose the most coercive interrogation option, which was proposed and supported by CIA contractor SWIGERT.”

A day after the Senate released its report, VICE News released ‘The Architect’, a documentary on Mitchell. In the interview, which took place prior to the release of the Senate report and marks the first time Mitchell spoke on-camera to a news organization after 9/11, he was confronted with questions about his role in the enhanced interrogation program — but he declined to give answers due to his non-disclosure agreement with the CIA.

Following the release of the Senate report and VICE News’ interview with him, Mitchell was bombarded with media inquiries and was the subject of dozens of news reports. Late Wednesday, he was informed by the CIA that he could now confirm that he was under contract to the agency and “that [he] was part of the enhanced interrogation program.”

According to the Senate report, Mitchell is the CIA contractor who personally waterboarded alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

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“You Can’t Trust Congress”: The Architect (Extra Scene 1)

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The Senate Intelligence Committee has released a blistering, 500-page report on the CIA’s controversial detention and interrogation program, a document that committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein said represents the most significant oversight effort in the history of the US Senate.

The $40 million, five-year study concluded that CIA officials exaggerated the value of the intelligence they gleaned from dozens of “high-value detainees” held at black site prisons, where they were subjected to so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” such as sleep deprivation and waterboarding.

The committee reviewed more than 6 million pages of top-secret CIA documents and found that “two contract psychologists devised the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques and played a central role in the operation, assessments, and management of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program.” Mitchell is one of the psychologists. He is identified in the Senate report with the pseudonym Grayson Swigert. The report said “CIA Headquarters chose the most coercive interrogation option, which was proposed and supported by CIA contractor SWIGERT.”

A day after the Senate released its report, VICE News released ‘The Architect’, a documentary on Mitchell. In the interview, which took place prior to the release of the Senate report and marks the first time Mitchell spoke on-camera to a news organization after 9/11, he was confronted with questions about his role in the enhanced interrogation program — but he declined to give answers due to his non-disclosure agreement with the CIA.

Following the release of the Senate report and VICE News’ interview with him, Mitchell was bombarded with media inquiries and was the subject of dozens of news reports. Late Wednesday, he was informed by the CIA that he could now confirm that he was under contract to the agency and “that [he] was part of the enhanced interrogation program.”

According to the Senate report, Mitchell is the CIA contractor who personally waterboarded alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

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