Rebeccah Heinrichs

Hudson Institute

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Rebeccah Heinrichs  is a national security policy fellow at the Hudson Institute.

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Donald Trump's picks to lead two major national-security agencies are contradicting positions taken by the President-Elect.

Has Donald Trump nominated a team of dissenters?

Donald Trump's picks to lead two major national-security agencies are contradicting positions taken by the President-Elect.

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