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Sticking it to Trumpian critics of North Korea (Washington Times, 11/13/17)

By Fred Fleitz   President Trump’s speech to the South Korean parliament on the evil of the Kim Jong-un regime was the best so far of his presidency and has been widely described as “Reaganesque.” I agree, but the address also

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Obama ‘Demasking’ Scandal Not Growing, It’s Surging (Newsmax, 8/2/17) Wednesday, August 2, 2017 01:34 PM  By: Fred Fleitz You wouldn’t know it from the mainstream media, but the scandal of Obama officials weaponizing U.S. intelligence to collect against their political enemies is not just growing, it’s surging. There

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Only Three Intelligence Agencies Said Russia Tried to Help Trump Win Election (Fox News. 7/2/17)

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CIA’s Longest Serving Operative Dies at 94 (Newsmax, 4/12/17)

Newsmax CIA’s Longest Serving Operative Dies at 94 Wednesday, April 12, 2017 01:09 PM By: Todd Beamon Hugh Montgomery, a former United Nations deputy ambassador who was the longest serving Central Intelligence Agency official for more than six decades, died last

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How President Trump Can Make American Intelligence Great Again (NRO, 12/9/16)

NATIONAL REVIEW By Fred Fleitz In 2010, when I was on the staff of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, I attended a committee hearing on the North Korean nuclear program. That hearing epitomized the failure of post-9/11 reforms

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Snowden Is a Traitor and a Fraud, Period (NRO, 9/16/16)

A bipartisan House Intelligence Committee report drives a stake through traitor Snowden’s disgraceful pardon bid.

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Who Politicized the Trump Intelligence Briefings? (Hint: It Wasn’t Trump) (NRO, 9/9/16)

NATIONAL REVIEW By Fred Fleitz — September 9, 2016 Intelligence officers supporting Clinton and Obama have repeatedly used national-security analysis for political purposes. The Clinton campaign and the mainstream media are in high dungeon over comments Donald Trump made at

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The Obama CIA Is Putting Diversity above National Security (NRO, 2/23/16)

NATIONAL REVIEW By Fred Fleitz America’s intelligence agencies have a serious and difficult mission: protecting our national security from a world of diverse and changing threats. These include nuclear, military, terrorist, and economic threats from nation-states and non-state actors. China

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