Rep. John Ratcliffe has just over four years of experience in Washington — and not a lot in the intelligence field.
NATO and its allies have threatened to retaliate against Russian aggression in cyberspace
"The country will be weakened if there is a political litmus test applied before seasoned experts are allowed to share their views.”
Pending congressional approval, Coats would oversee 16 different intelligence agencies and serve as an advisor to the president on matters of national security and counterterrorism.
The senator used his weekly speech on federal waste to outline two bizarre federal studies, including one examining a word his young staff just taught him: "hangry".