JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we begin a series of conversations with top officials in the Obama administration, as its eight years in office come to a close.
John Brennan has served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency since March of 2013. It’s an agency he knew well before his tenure as director. He was a station chief overseas, and an analyst and executive in the agency for 25 years.
I began our conversation by asking about the status of the intelligence community’s report on Russia’s hacking of the election.
JOHN BRENNAN, Director, Central Intelligence Agency: The report is in its final throes of …read more