Pete Hoekstra

House of Representatives (former)

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A former Congressman for Michigan (1993-2011), Pete Hoekstra served as chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. He is a founding member of the Tea Party

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Every administration is subject to leaks of information, but the Era of Donald Trump is setting some kind of record.

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Every administration is subject to leaks of information, but the Era of Donald Trump is setting some kind of record.

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