John O. Brennan
“It’s no longer a democracy if an autocrat has it in his hands," the former CIA director warned.
"His efforts to protect himself at all costs could come at the cost of this country's security," the former CIA director said.
The former CIA director expressed concerns over the president's “very abnormal” and “bizarre" behavior.
The ex-CIA director gave a blistering defense of the former Senate majority leader.
The judge, citing a Trump post, rebuts arguments that the suit will be too much of a distraction for the president.
The president suggested that former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper “is being nice to me” to prevent the removal of his security clearance.
Ironically, the White House national security adviser has been accused of spinning intelligence for political purposes.
The Senate homeland security chairman seemed to defend Trump on pulling the ex-CIA chief's security clearance, but not without some hedging.
“I have seen the lights blinking red in terms of what Mr. Trump has done and is doing,” he said.
Retired Adm. Mike Mullen likened Trump to Richard Nixon and Joe McCarthy.