For the first time ever, all 12 living CIA directors from George H.W. Bush to current Director John Brennan share their insights into the urgent question of our time: how can they keep America safe?
There's no need to release the classified 9/11 report, and having that information in the public would be unhelpful, CIA director said on Sunday's "Meet the Press" on NBC. CIA Director John Brennan warned that the 28 pages of the report...Show More Summary
It appears the reality of the so-called "28 pages" - removed from the 9/11 Commission report - being unclassified may be getting closer and many suspect. Why do we say that? Because none other than CIA Director John Brennan did the Sunday...Show More Summary
Despite mounting pressure to release 28 classified pages in a 2002 report on the 9/11 attacks, CIA Director John Brennan advised against it on...
CIA Director John Brennan is defending a decision to keep 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission report classified, saying they contain inaccurate information that could wrongfully link the Saudi government to the 9/11 terror attacks. People fighting to see the pages released claim the information needs further scrutiny. Show More Summary
Death of Daesh jihadi group’s leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi would have a great effect on the extremist organization, Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan said.
WASHINGTON (AP) — CIA Director John Brennan says a 28-page secret chapter from a congressional inquiry into 9/11 contains preliminary information about possible Saudi links to the attackers that hadn't been corroborated or checked out at the time.
CIA Director John Brennan on Sunday defended the government's decision to withhold 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report, telling NBC the classified pages contain "inaccurate" information that could be used to tie Saudi Arabia to the...Show More Summary
US Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan is in Bosnia on an unannounced visit for talks with officials, the Web news publication Balkan Insight reported Friday.
Too little, and much too late. CIA Director John Brennan this week declared that the CIA would refuse to engage in waterboarding in the future, even if ordered to do so. This was the latest in a recent string of … Please continue reading.
From Fox News: CIA Director John Brennan has said that his spy agency will not use controversial interrogation techniques, such as waterboarding, even if ordered to do so by a future president. Brennan made the remarks in an interview with NBC News released Sunday. Photo by USDAgov
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Torture is immoral and will be illegal for the foreseeable future, but Donald Trump and the GOP won't give it up
USA Today: Donald Trump is taking on CIA Director John Brennan on torture, saying Brennan’s pledge not to allow waterboarding is “ridiculous.” Brennan said on NBC News Sunday that he would not allow enhanced interrogation tactics, including waterboarding, even if a future president ordered it. “I think his comments are ridiculous,” Trump said on Fox […]
Despite claims by CIA Director John Brennan and America’s top military leaders that waterboarding, torture, and targeted civilian killings are illegal, the legal grey area could go against US soldiers.
CIA chief John Brennan says in no uncertain terms that he would refuse to comply with any order from a future president that would force his agents to engage in torture, like waterboarding, during interrogation of terror suspects. "I...Show More Summary
Donald Trump says CIA Director John Brennan’s promise that agents would refuse to bring back waterboarding is "ridiculous." Apparently Trump's own progeny will not be able to vote for him in New York because they didn't register as Republicans...Show More Summary
On Sunday, CIA Director John Brennan said in an interview with NBC News that he would not allow enhanced interrogation tactics, including waterboarding, even if a future president ordered it. Today Trump called Brennan’s stance “ridiculous.” “I think his comments are ridiculous,” Trump said on Fox News Monday. Show More Summary
A pledge by CIA Director John Brennan to refuse an order from any US president to waterboard a captured terrorist reflects weakness of the United States in a battle against Islamist extremism, US Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said on Monday.
Donald Trump called the CIA director's stance against waterboarding "ridiculous" on Monday, arguing that the US should allow it because terrorists in the Middle East are chopping off heads. CIA Director John Brennan said in a SundayShow More Summary