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Right you controversy today from a group of former military and intelligence operative slamming president Obama's saint.
He's bragging about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden and suggesting the White House.
He is behind a recent string of security leaks take a look at this.
I don't see why anybody would purposely.
Put lives in jeopardy.
It is my -- Stop.
-- the Obama campaign dismisses this videotape comparing it to swift boat veteran ads.
That attack democratic presidential candidate John Kerry back in 2004.
General Jack -- -- retired four star general former vice chief of staff all of the army and a Fox News military analyst general always a pleasure to talk to you.
It was a -- President Obama denies it alive if it turns out to be true that the White House leaked.
National security information to gain politically -- Do you think it's fair.
For these acts officers to be leveling this kind of public criticism of the president.
-- force analysts.
-- operations community is a unique organization and of itself I mean.
Maybe a leap of our military and the special operations forces and we have all the very best in the world than.
We value this service and that like any Americans.
They have a right to speak out.
Separate from their active duty service now in retirement status I think you know fundamentally.
I don't believe -- begrudge.
Necessarily the president of the United States.
Who take some credit.
For a decision that had such a decisive result doesn't use all of bin Laden raid did.
And was so personal view American people I think at the heart of this is the frustration.
That they feel and others feel in the United States to deal with these security leaks because the leaks -- so dangerous those who was starving.
And others who are operating and intelligence from him and I want to ask you about that specifically because congressman Peter -- And -- sits on the Intel committee in the house and also chairs the homeland security committee said this will put it on the screen.
The leaks clearly came from come from the Oval Office in the situation room.
They're obvious intent is to -- the president's reelection now he's a Republican.
-- the White House he further states.
Leaks put them wise -- US service members intelligence officers and civilians at risk.
But -- Democrat in the US senate.
Dianne Feinstein whose chair of the Intel committee in the senate.
Said it jeopardizes national security.
How does it do that -- Well I think fundamentally in two ways first of all admiral bill -- -- who's now the combatant command of the special operations command.
And oversaw the of the bin Laden raid and when it took one it took place -- he was a three story now for -- and he has publicly said that these leaks.
Could endanger the lives of his special operations forces and they have -- they have to stop.
And he has said that publicly as a sort of an active duty -- not dramatizes how seriously -- the second thing is is that.
The leaks revealed an ongoing Covert cyber operation.
That we were executing against Iran.
And I've never seen anything quite like that in my all my years of service and the -- also -- a double agent.
Who was a member of the -- -- who was working for us.
And can you imagine.
The other double agents in the world who -- doing the same thing and what that does to the CIA case told us who were.
Working with people who are putting their lives at risk every single day so there's no doubt that national security is impacted.
By the scale and scope of those leaks and senator Feinstein suggested.
Acts of criminality.
May have happened here associated with these -- general Jack -- thank you so much for being -- good to see.
Good to see you Greg guzzle.
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