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Republicans support Donald Trump as he questions U.S. intelligence

(Stephen Crowley/The New York Times/Redux)
WASHINGTON — A few years ago President Barack Obama came under conservative fire for choosing, at times, to read his daily intelligence briefings, rather than receive them in-person. Republican Rep. Paul Ryan was among those piling on.
“I have a hard time comprehending that, because the primary job of the commander in chief is to keep the country safe,” Ryan said in an October 2014 interview on Fox News Channel. “And you need to get from your intelligence community, your defence community — especially when we have troops in harm’s way — what’s going on.”
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Source: Macleans

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