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State Dept. Intelligence Analyst Quits to Protest Blocked House Testimony

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 10 July 2019
The analyst, Rod Schoonover, spoke in June before the House Intelligence Committee, but the White House refused to approve his written testimony for entry into the record.
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