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Gina Haspel is Trump’s new nominee for director of the CIA. If confirmed, she’ll become the first woman in that position.

Gina Haspel to become first woman to lead the CIA

Gina Haspel is Trump’s new nominee for director of the CIA. If confirmed, she’ll become the first woman in that position.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Gina Haspel is Trump’s new nominee for director of the CIA. If confirmed, she’ll become the first woman in that position.

Gina Haspel to become first woman to lead the CIA

Gina Haspel is Trump’s new nominee for director of the CIA. If confirmed, she’ll become the first woman in that position.

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