The Rundown - Mon 12/18/17:Fmr CIA head Michael Morell on endorsing Hillary

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7:06 AM guest: Michael Morell

When former Acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell wrote an op-ed for the NY Times endorsing Hillary Clinton and made multiple TV appearances bashing Donald Trump, I wondered -- and told him I was wondering -- whether he was making a significant political mistake. In particular, whether, even though he had been out of government for a few years, his words would publicly make our intelligence community appear to be becoming partisan. 

In a recent interview with Politico, he half-admitted that he might have made a mistake:

Morell attempts to clarify the reason he spoke to Politico in this subsequent interview:

I'm going to ask him directly on Monday morning: Did you make a mistake by endorsing Hillary Clinton, even if you thought she was the better candidate? I'll also ask him to assess Donald Trump's presidency so far, as far as the areas that he was involved with, e.g. national security, foreign policy, and intelligence.


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