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Former CIA Chief Believes President Worried About Deepening Mueller Probe

Former CIA Director General Michael Hayden (Ret.), who served in the George W. Bush administration, has said President Trump's attacks on… read more

Former CIA Director General Michael Hayden (Ret.), who served in the George W. Bush administration, has said President Trump's attacks on Robert Mueller and his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election are signs that the president is growing more concerned by the deepening probe. "The president has acted more and more desperate, more and more frightened by the prospect of the investigation continuing. And so he has doubled down on his attack on the person of Bob Mueller and on the institution that Mueller represents or is guiding," Hayden said. The former CIA chief went on to say that he believed the president is "willing to embrace long-term destructive action against critical institutions in American society" for his transient personal or political needs." Hayden, who has been critical of the president, made his comments at a forum on relations between the presidency and the intelligence community (IC) moderated by MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace in Washington Tuesday. close

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