Big security risks in Trump feud with spy agencies, officials say

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 13 January 2017
An unprecedented feud between president-elect Donald Trump and United States intelligence agencies soon to be under his command could potentially harm U.S. security if not quickly defused. Reports from current and former government officials state that morale at the CIA and other agencies alike were already low due to disputes with Trump over whether Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered interference within the U.S.

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