Previous CIA Director Hayden agrees with journalist tweet labeling Republicans ‘dangerous’ and ‘nihilistic’

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Former CIA Director Michael Hayden on Wednesday agreed with a British journalist’s contention that Republicans were far more “nihilistic” and “unsafe” than extremists teams and dictatorships about the world. 

“I have included extremism and violent ideologies about the world about my job,” tweeted Economical Occasions columnist Edward Luce on Thursday. “Have under no circumstances occur throughout a political power more nihilistic, risky & contemptible than today’s Republicans. Almost nothing shut.” 

Michael Hayden, previous Director of the CIA and NSA, speaks at ‘Nobel 7 days Dialogue: the Foreseeable future of Truth’ conference at at Svenska Massan on December 9, 2017, in Gothenburg, Sweden. 
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Amid those who agreed with Luce’s contention was former CIA Director Michael Hayden, who tweeted: “I agree. And I was the CIA Director.” 

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden tweets agreement with anti-GOP tweet by journalist. 

Previous CIA Director Michael Hayden tweets settlement with anti-GOP tweet by journalist. 

Jeff Giesea, an entrepreneur and self-declared former Trump supporter, questioned the efficiency of this sort of a comment, noting that it would only reinforce the GOP’s “narrative of a partisan, weaponized intelligence apparatus.” 

“Further more, your information overstates the circumstance. Do you definitely imagine the GOP is far more nihilistic & contemptible than Al Qaeda? Severely? Make that situation,” Giesea wrote in a abide by-up tweet. “You also paint with also broad a brush. Not all Republicans are extremists, and Uncle MAGA is not the enemy. Tone it down.” 

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In addition to CIA Director and Countrywide Stability Company Director, Basic Michael Hayden has also served as a national stability contributor to CNN. 

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