After proclaim Chuck Hagel as his candidate for the next Secretary of protection, President Obama today designated John Brennan as the next Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Brennan, a 25-year expert of the CIA, has served as President Obama’s Advisor for Counterterrorism and Homeland Security since 2009. “For the last four years,” President Obama said, “John urbanized and has supervise our complete counterterrorism policy a mutual effort crossways the government, counting aptitude and defense and homeland safety, and law enforcement agencies.”
President Obama called Brennan “one of the hardest functioning civil servants I’ve ever known” and said that he valued Brennan’s integrity and obligation “to the values that describe us as Americans.”
“He has worked to implant our efforts in a strong legal structure,” the President said. “He appreciate we are a realm of laws. In instant of debate and conclusion, he asks the hard question and he insists on high and meticulous standards.”
“Leading the organization in which I served for 25 years would be the maximum freedom as well as the greatest accountability of my specialized life,” Brennan said.
Brennan clarify that, if established as CIA director, he would “make it my assignment to guarantee that the CIA has the tools it needs to keep our realm safe, and that its work always reproduce the liberties, the freedoms, and the principles that we hold so dear.”