Eli Lake

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Eli Lake is a columnist for Bloomberg View. He is a former senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast, a former senior national security reporter for the Washington Times, and former reporter for the New York Sun.

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In just ten days after last month's election the Southern Poverty Law Center counted  more than 850 incidents of hate and intimidation , many of them against Muslim-Americans.

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President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran is a major issue in the presidential campaign, and relations between the two countries are still contentious.  
   Secretary of State John…

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