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‘Homeland’ staff, the cast met with the CIA for an opinion during the Obama administration

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The minds behind the hit Showtime series “Homeland” has been given direction and advice on the tone of the Central Intelligence Agency, after a meeting with them during the Obama administration.

In a round-table discussion about the show, The Hollywood Reporter, for its eighth and final season, it’s the people that are “Country” and discovered that they have been granted a meeting with a number of CIA officials at the agency’s headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

“A meeting is arranged between the all-star cast, the network, and the CIA at Langley. They confiscated our cell phones, our entire team is just sitting over there on the other side of that, maybe 50’s, CIA agents, former executive vice president of original programming at Showtime, Gary Levine, to be shared.

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The former president of entertainment at Showtime, David Nevins added that John Brennan, who was deputy director of the central intelligence agency, from 2013 to 2017, under President Barack Obama stopped by the meeting.

Ex-CIA Director John Brennan talked with the creators of ‘Homeland’ during his time as managing director.
(The Associated Press)

“You know, John Brennan, who is performing in the city at the time, was in the middle of it and said,” I don’t know what I am going to show you, but I do know that it is very important to my people.'”

Levine pointed out that Brennan seemed to be excited to see Mandy Patinkin are in the office, it’s a joke that it was one of the actors in view of the fact that his character was, he was the director of the CIA in the previous season.

Later in the discussion, the group talked about the days when they were in a position to comply with the whistleblower, Edward Snowden, via a video chat while he is in Moscow, russia.

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“You knew everyone in the CIA, the FBI, and the GRU in Russia, it was to listen to. You just knew it,” Patinkin’s commentary. “I was trying my ass off to get him to talk to you about personal things, but we could not budge him from his car.”

Rupert Friend’s Peter Quinn and Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison, and F. Murray Abraham as Dar Adal and Mandy Patinkin as Saul Berenson in ‘Homeland’ Season 6.
(Jim Fiscus/SHOWTIME)

In the end, the conversation is over as far as the “Country team” learned about it when He is in the relationship with the intelligence community, after his victory over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

“When the Trumpet was chosen, and all of a sudden, we don’t have to have them on separate channels,” showrunner Alex Gansa explained, “The media and the” deep state, ” if you want to call it, they were both very freaked out by this president.”

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Gansa added: “One thing we’ve learned is that you can be in the Us’s foreign policy is consistent from one government to the next. The worst thing you can do is to come back to, as it is to say no to the Climate change Convention, or that the Iran agreement. That is, it is an abomination to the intelligence of the community, because it rocks the boat. It does no one trust us in the world.’

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