Carrie Cordero

Georgetown University Law School

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Carrie Cordero is Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law School. She previously served as a former national security attorney in the Justice Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

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It's reported that intelligence agents are withholding information from the Chief Executive out of fear that it could be leaked or compromised.

Another wedge between the President and intelligence community

It's reported that intelligence agents are withholding information from the Chief Executive out of fear that it could be leaked or compromised.

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The last time Donald Trump had a full-fledged news conference, he urged Russia to find and reveal more of Hillary Clinton's emails. That was in July.

Will Donald Trump make peace with US intelligence?

The last time Donald Trump had a full-fledged news conference, he urged Russia to find and reveal more of Hillary Clinton's emails. That was in July.

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When Edward Snowden revealed the extent of electronic spying,  President Obama assured Americans  their privacy was being carefully guarded.

Personal Privacy and National Security: Is There a Trade-off?

When Edward Snowden revealed the extent of electronic spying, President Obama assured Americans their privacy was being carefully guarded.

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