The leaders of the House Intelligence Committee asked the three leaders of the intelligence community Wednesday about any time during the last seven months of the Obama administration whenever any of its agents and officials improperly named, or "unmasked," and disseminated the identities of American citizens picked up in intelligence collection.
In an effort to conjure up nightmares of a possible Bush administration, Democrats are pointing to two examples of past Bush appointees and, not surprisingly, they are not the most flattering. In 1997, Gov. George W. Bush named Marshall Police Chief Charles Williams to the state's Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.
12 Mar 17 12:17 ET By Laura Jarrett and Jake Tapper, CNN (CNN) -- Preet Bharara, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York, tweeted Saturday that he was fired after refusing to resign as requested by President Donald Trump's administration. "I did not resign.