April 16, 2019

Nicholas Dujmovic, assistant professor, intelligence studies, was quoted in The New York Times on his thoughts on the relationship between president Trump and the intelligence community.

...“The C.I.A. is going through tough times because we have a president who says inaccurate things about the intelligence community and his understanding of the facts is questionable,” said Nicholas Dujmovic, the director of the intelligence studies program at the Catholic University of America, who served as a C.I.A. officer for 26 years. “The message to the intelligence community is to hunker down. This will pass.”...

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