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Senate Intelligence Committee poised to endorse Gina Haspel as next CIA director

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Senate Intelligence Committee poised to endorse Gina Haspel as next CIA directorThe Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to vote Wednesday to endorse Gina Haspel as the CIA's first female director, setting up a close vote on the Senate floor.
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The Senate Intelligence Committee voted 10-5 Wednesday to approve Gina Haspel's CIA director nomination.

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