Brennan: Canceling Obama-Putin meeting after Snowden asylum intended 'to send a clear signal to Russia'
Former CIA Director John Brennan explains the decision to cancel a meeting between President Obama and Vladimir Putin after Russia granted Edward Snowden asylum upon fleeing the U.S.
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