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Thanks To Bush, Is Trump ‘Fixing Intelligence and Facts to Fit’ North Korea, Iran?

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Thanks To Bush, Is Trump ‘Fixing Intelligence and Facts to Fit’ North Korea, Iran?Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling “The Bush administration considered an invasion of Iraq to be ‘inevitable’ as early as 2002” and ‘the intelligence and the facts were being fixed around the policy.’” – Downing Street memo Most democracies accept intelligence agencies must operate in the shadows, or at least a rare dose of acceptable opaqueness in an otherwise transparent system.1 They also agree the information which is derived to protect a nation is based on the shared belief intelligence agencies work with the best available information to provide informed political decisions. These intelligence agencies and their analyses, however, are threatened when politicians attempt to...
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