James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, Announces Resignation

James Clapper, the director of National Intelligence, announced at a congressional hearing this morning that he has submitted his resignation to the president.
0:47 | 11/17/16

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There was a rumor out there that you might be asked to stay on a little longer during the transition. I'm hoping you will stay on a little longer maybe four years longer. But that's probably the last thing you on here. German news reckon membership members of the committee. And thanks ranking member for your very gracious. Comments. Submitted Muller resignation last night's which so pretty good. 624 days left to Seneca. Or tell my wife. And easing. S. Have before leaving if I may judges need to do need to clarify. Statement about resignation it's not effective until noon on 20 January to only seventeen did not immediately that is been being reported in the media.

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