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Trump Is Said to Set Aside Career Intelligence Briefer to Hear From Advisers Instead

NYTimes.com Friday, 30 October 2020
Trump Is Said to Set Aside Career Intelligence Briefer to Hear From Advisers InsteadFor weeks, the director of national intelligence has taken over a job usually done by an intelligence officer.
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