Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Fareed Zakaria

Fareed Zakaria on GPS Sunday had the old CIA chief James Woosley on. Zakaria asked him about his opinion on Comey's testimony. Woosley was visibly upset. His answer centered upon how the testimony demonstrated the lack of cohesiveness between the executive branch, Justice and the Investigative branches and the danger such disruption held for the country. What was said was not as important to him as what was happening.

Zakaria was having none of it. He wanted a comment on Trump. He muscled the conversation away from Woosley's clearly serious concerns and then forgot who Woosley was, literally. He was so preoccupied, he called him Comey.

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