in the vicinity ofthe video of Joseph Maguire on the whistleblower complaint: I think that I have treated this question in full accordance with the law
The Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire says he is not partisan or politically during his opening statement before the house Intelligence Committee.
The Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire Thursday spoke publicly for the first time, on a whistleblower complaint with the President of the Trump.
House Democrats are testing the waters for a possible trump card for the prosecution and the hope Maguire, in his appearance before the House Intelligence Committee, will be able to shed light on why the complaint was held back from the Congress for several weeks. There are several media reports that Maguire withdraw threatened over concerns that the White house could try to force him to stonewall Congress, but Maguire, he denied that had been done. In a statement, he said, to have that “at no time was I retiring my position since taking over this role. Aug. 16, 2019. I’ve never quit anything in my life, and I’m not about to start now.”
After his morning testimony, Maguire, the Senate intelligence Committee speaks behind closed doors.
INTEL CHIEF MAGUIRE DEFENDED THE HANDLING OF THE TRUMP SUIT CALL COMPLAINT, CALLS ISSUE ‘UNPRECEDENTED’
FILE – In this July 25, 2018, file photo, former Vice-permissible Joseph Maguire and now current Director of the National counterterrorism Center, appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. President Donald Trump Maguire has been appointed as the Deputy national intelligence director. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)
So who Joseph Maguire is?
Maguire is the Deputy Director of national intelligence, the Cabinet member who leads the United States Intelligence Community. The position was established in the year 2005 by a 9/11 panel to investigate intelligence failures after the attacks. Maguire, who previously served as the Director of the National counterterrorism Center, moved into the role earlier this year, according to Director Dan Coats resigned.
Maguire has only been in the position for less than two months.
Maguire, a retired Navy officer, and was previously a vice president at Booz Hamilton. He retired from the U.S. Navy after a 36-year career that included leading the Naval Special Warfare Command. Maguire also served as President and CEO of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.
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Maguire, the Manhattan College for his bachelor’s degree attended degree and earned his master’s degree in National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School in California, according to Maguire’ s biography.
There was some controversy in the run-up to his appointment. President Trump Maguire’s appointment was announced via a tweet following the resignation of Sue Gordon from the DNI. The conservatives were largely Gordon considered part of the intelligence community, which collided with the trump card of most. Trump had first Rep., John Ratcliffe, developed the intelligence committee, but the Texas legislature took its name after created stories that he may have padded his resume.