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CIA Director: 'Wait and See' Before Passing Judgment on Hacking Intel

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By    |   Wednesday, 04 Jan 2017 10:48 AM

CIA Director John Brennan on Tuesday pushed back on the doubters of the intelligence community's assessment of Russian hacking — including President-elect Donald Trump — by saying "wait and see" what the report has to say.

"There is no intelligence community worldwide that has the capabilities, the expertise, the analytic capability of the U.S. intelligence community," Brennan told Judy Woodruff, host of PBS News Hour.

"And so I would suggest to individuals who have not yet seen the report, who have not been briefed on it, that they wait and see what it is that the intelligence community is putting forward before they make those judgments," Brennan said.

Trump on Tuesday again questioned the findings of the CIA and other agencies, tweeting that the delay in his briefing might be because "perhaps more time needed to build a case."

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CIA Director John Brennan on Tuesday pushed back on the doubters of the intelligence community's assessment of Russian hacking - including President-elect Donald Trump - by saying wait and see what the report has to say.
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