U.S. Attorney John Durham interviewed former President Obama’s CIA chief John Brennan on Friday as part of his probe into the Obama administration’s investigation of the Trump campaign, according to a report.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” former CIA Director John Brennan stated that he welcomes the chance to talk with John Durham’s investigators and is willing to talk to them because he is confident he has nothing to hide
Fox News’ Ed Henry reported Tuesday evening that Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has declassified information calling into question the conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump.
In a Sunday interview on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Rudy Giuliani, personal legal counsel for President Donald Trump, weighed in on the Department of Justice’s decision to drop charges against former National Security Adviser Ret. Gen. Michael Flynn after new evidence came to light showing FBI agents attempted to entrap Flynn into lying to them.
Monday on MSNBC’s “All In,” former CIA Director John Brennan said the world leaders who attended the G7 summit know President Donald Trump is “delusional.” When asked about Trump wanting Russia to be back into the group, Brennan said, “It just
Appearing March 5th on MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” former CIA Director John Brennan told host Lawrence O’Donnell he “wouldn’t be surprised” if special counsel Robert Mueller unveiled additional indictments by Friday, March 8th.
Friday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” former CIA Director John Brennan declared that “autocrats and authoritarians around the world” were taking advantage of an opportunity to manipulate and exploit President Donald Trump. When asked about foreign intelligence agencies’ psychological profile of Trump, Brennan
Former CIA Director John Brennan is defending retired Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) on social media after Donald Trump slammed the once-top Democrat, who took shots at the president in a recent interview.
Former CIA Director John Brennan tweeted Monday morning that it will be “impossible” for President Donald Trump to “escape” the U.S. justice system and suggested he will not run for re-election in 2020.
John Brennan told MSNBC that the firing of Jeff Sessions Wednesday shows the United States may be facing a constitutional crisis “very soon.”
Former CIA director John Brennan endorsed prospective Texas senator Beto O’Rourke via Twitter on Friday morning.