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All right with it too high level briefings the first was by the Director of National Intelligence this is the nation's top intelligence official.
James clapper was furious outraged and upset by the number and severity of the leaks according to lawmakers and late Thursday -- the FBI director Robert Mueller.
Also on the hill briefing the senate intelligence committee on the status of the leak investigations that meeting alone lasting more than seventy minutes.
After the head of the intelligence committee on the senate side offering few details.
The FBI is investigating my understanding is that there -- State's attorney.
Indeed in DC is -- into this well and we have to talk to mr.
Mahler fifth -- details.
But I think the FBI really -- the past agency.
Did the investigators.
The bottom line from that rare -- news conference Thursday that brought together the leadership of both the house and Senate Intelligence Committees.
Is that they say these -- have undercut our ability not only to collect intelligence but also undercut our relationship with foreign intelligence services -- After what kind of legislation.
-- are they talking about.
Well right now we've really got two tracks here on Capitol Hill -- -- the leak investigations and without providing details lawmakers say they are crafting bipartisan legislation.
To -- the leaks of classified information.
And so there's no mistake let's discuss what they are -- the stocks that computer virus in Iran's nuclear program the predator drone campaign in violence involving the kill or capture list.
And in this new.
Al-Qaeda bomb -- We need to put together a policy that we did people know what the policy is if you violate that policy you're gonna be held accountable that's important.
Sure we would love to find out who did the leak here -- the fact of the matter is when you have the cab -- -- been coming out in the last few.
Few weeks have put labs and danger and it did infringes upon the ability of the intelligence community to do their job.
Some interim measures to address the issue include more polygraphs -- but really at the bit at the core of this.
Is the idea that too many people are being read in on these highly classified operations that really should be on a much closer -- of the question.
Is why that is happening --
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