John Brennan: Trump 'Drunk on Power,' Abusing Office
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Former CIA Director John Brennan Friday night accused President Donald Trump of being "drunk on power" after a Washington Post report that the White House has drafted documents to revoke security clearances for current and former officials. [Full Story]
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John Brennan: Trump 'Drunk on Power,' Abusing Office
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