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Ratcliffe Withdraws From Consideration As New Intelligence Chief

Newsy Friday, 2 August 2019
Ratcliffe Withdraws From Consideration As New Intelligence ChiefWatch VideoRep. John Ratcliffe is no longer being considered to be the next director of national intelligence. President Donald Trump made the announcement Friday on Twitter. 

The president wrote: "Ratcliffe is being treated very unfairly by the LameStream media. ... John has therefore decided to stay in Congress where he...
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Rep. John Ratcliffe has withdrawn from consideration after facing scrutiny over his qualifications and over statements on his website.

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