Sabotage: America's Enemies Within the CIA
Rowan Scarborough talked about his book, Sabotage: America’s Enemies Within the CIA, published by Regnery Publishing. In his book, he says that certain members of the Central Intelligence Agency have moved away from their role of providing intelligence and have used their position to undermine the president, the war on terrorism, and American national security through bad analysis, incompetence, and leaks to the media. After his remarks he responded to audience members' questions. close
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John Hilboldt Director Heritage Foundation->Lectures and Seminars
Rowan Scarborough Correspondent Washington Examiner->National Security
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