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John Brennan: Allies will be 'reluctant' to share intel if it is going to be released for 'political purposes'


Former CIA Director John Brennan joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the release by DNI John Ratcliffe of intelligence documents, including handwritten notes by Director Brennan. He calls the release "cherry picking" and says that "if that intelligence was obtained from one of CIA's foreign liaison partners, I would imagine that those foreign liaison partners would be very, very reluctant to share such sensitive intelligence."