Russian President Vladimir Putin is a touchy subject for President Donald Trump, according to a former senior CIA official.
Garrison Courtney falsely claimed to work for the agency and scammed companies out of more than $4.4 million.
Over the course of a career that spanned from 1975 to 2007, this is how my mother ― an agent working for the CIA ― blended in with her surroundings.
“It’s no longer a democracy if an autocrat has it in his hands," the former CIA director warned.
The timeline raises questions about how the White House and the Justice Department handled the complaint, the AP reports.
The anonymous CIA officer went to the inspector general after he became concerned about how the spy agency’s top lawyer handled his allegations.
A photo that president tweeted to 64 million followers could help U.S. adversaries determine details of U.S. surveillance capabilities, experts warned.
The announcement comes as Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers is unraveling.
It's the latest example of the president siding with foreign adversaries over his own intelligence agencies.