Former CIA chief Michael Hayden attacks the administration on a variety of fronts related to the war on terror. Ackerman intervenes:

Hayden pulls together incidences in which Obama has allegedly sided against the CIA: canceling torture; releasing the OLC and CIA IG torture memos; and investigating agency interrogators for torture. “Intelligence officers need to know that someone has their back,” he writes. It’s funny. You’d think Hayden would consider the people who ordered the CIA to torture people to be the one who didn’t have their back.

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