In the aftermath of an election and transition period where daily challenges to the truth about the outcome of the 2020 election inspired an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, it is more important than ever that the American intelligence community reassert its role as the ultimate truth teller. Yet after four years of President Trump attempting to politicize intelligence, or ignoring it when he could not, can intelligence still play its part in an increasingly post-truth world? And how will its incoming leaders restore the faith of the American people in their actions and analysis? Does the post-Trump era require a reassessment of intelligence priorities and resources?
Join us as the Michael V. Hayden Center for Intelligence, Policy, and International Security presents a conversation about the future of intelligence after four years of Trump and what to expect under the Biden administration. It will feature former CIA director, and Hayden Center founder, General (retired) Michael V. Hayden, and former deputy and acting CIA director, Michael Morell. Hayden Center director Larry Pfeiffer will moderate the discussion.
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The Hayden Center is located at George Mason University's Schar School of Policy and Government in Arlington, VA. Gen Hayden, our founder, has been a distinguished visiting professor at Schar School for 10 years. Michael Morell, a senior fellow at the center, has been a distinguished visiting professor for the past two years.
This Hayden Center presentation is being recorded for use on our website and social media.
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