Donald Trump praises Gina Haspel, Thanks CIA Officers At Swearing-In Ceremony | NBC News

In a ceremony attended by President Trump and Vice President Pence, Gina Haspel took the oath of office to become the first female CIA Director. Haspel thanked generations of female intelligence officers for their “remarkable courage and dedication,” adding that she’s “extremely proud to follow in their footsteps.”
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