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Trump, Cybersecurity, and Polarization Dominate Brennan-Nadler Talk


In a New York Times opinion piece last month, former CIA director John Brennan, FCRH ’77, described President Donald Trump’s claims that there was no collusion with the Russians during the 2016 election as “hogwash.” So it was no surprise that Brennan, a distinguished fellow at Fordham Law’s Center on National Security, took Trump to task again at a September 4 event at Fordham Law.

Trump “seeks to delegitimize those things that make this country great,” he said, later adding that the president, unlike previous chief executives whom Brennan has served, pursues his “own interests above all else.”

Brennan was joined by congressman Jerrold Nadler, LAW ’78, U.S. representative from New York’s 10th congressional district, who, like Brennan, has been outspoken in his criticism of Trump for the past two years. The discussion was moderated by Karen J. Greenberg, director of Fordham Law’s Center on National Security.

Read the full story at Fordham Law News.


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