John Brennan Faces Calls to Resign After CIA Admits to Spying on Senate Torture Probe
08/01/2014 12:03 PM
08/01/2014 12:16 PM
Jonathan Landay, senior national security and intelligence reporter for McClatchy, talks about Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan facing calls to resign after admitting CIA officials spied on a Senate panel probing the agency’s torture and rendition program. The allegation surfaced in March when members of the Senate Intelligence Committee openly accused CIA officials of illegally monitoring their staffers’ computers.
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