Brennan calls the leaks from the intelligence community to the media, “very, very, damaging.”
Former CIA Director John Brennan told the House Select Committee on Intelligence on Tuesday that the recent leaks to the media from the intelligence community are appalling and need to be tracked down.
“What I am very concerned about, though, is the subsequent releases of what appears to be classified information,” Brennan told the committee about reports that President Trump discussed classified information with Russian officials in the Oval Office.
“These continue to be very, very, damaging leaks, and I find them appalling, and they need to be tracked down,” Brennan added.
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