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Then-Representative Pompeo Asks James Clapper About Impact of Reduced Footprint in Afghanistan (2013)

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During a April 2013 House Intelligence Committee hearing on global threats, then-Representative Mike Pompeo (R-KS) asks DNI Director James… read more

During a April 2013 House Intelligence Committee hearing on global threats, then-Representative Mike Pompeo (R-KS) asks DNI Director James Clapper about the impact of a reduced military footprint on intelligence gathering in Afghanistan. Director Clapper responds, saying the Obama administration will maintain a sufficient intelligence presence there, but that it will not be as "robust." Mr. Pompeo also asks about the Intelligence Community's view of the mood among the North Korean population and the impact of American policy and food aid on the regime's control of the population. close

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Then-Representative Pompeo Asks James Clapper About Impact of Reduced Footprint in Afghanistan (2013)

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