Gene Coyle cited former CIA Director John Brennan’s close ties to Hillary Clinton as the reason why.
Gene Coyle, a retired CIA agent, told CNN’s Brianna Keilar that he finds, “it hard to put any real credence in anything” that former CIA Director John Brennan says during an interview on Wednesday.
Coyle, who spent 30 years in the CIA specializing in Russia, appeared on CNN to discuss Brennan’s testimony in front of the House Select Committee on Intelligence.
Keilar asked Coyle about Brennan’s claim that people can easily head down the path of treason without knowing it.
Coyle immediately refuted Brennan’s assertion, telling Baldwin: “no one doesn’t know that they are committing treason.”
“I have to say this,” Coyle added. “I have such a low opinion of John Brennan, he having been known as the greatest sycophant in the history of the CIA and a supporter of Hillary Clinton before the election. I find it hard to put any real credence in anything that the man says.”
Coyle concluded: “no one doesn’t realize that they are not giving away classified information. Everyone I ever recruited, including people from that part of the world, they knew exactly what was going on and what they were doing.”
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