We Need to Stop Treating Michael Hayden as an Arbiter of Truth
Posted on Apr 9, 2017
Making the George W. Bush-era NSA chief and CIA director the go-to expert on the subject of Trump and his relationship to intelligence agencies is misguided; Harvard students are developing an anti-Trump “Resistance School”; meanwhile, more reasons why octopuses are “aliens living on earth” are found. These discoveries and more below.
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