President Donald Trump said that there was tremendous anger over the FBI’s “disgraceful” behavior, criticizing the Bureau just before he appeared at its training facility in Quantico, Virginia, to praise the nation’s police officers, according to the Washington Post.
Jordan A. Brunner is a third-year law student at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and was a national security intern at the Brookings Institution. Prior to law school, he was a Research Fellow with the New America Foundation/ASU Center for the Future of War, where he researched cybersecurity, cyber war, and cyber conflict alongside Shane Harris, author of @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex. He graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Political Science.
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