‘Really disturbing’: Ex-intel chief reacts to Trump evidence photo

'really disturbing': ex-intel chief reacts to trump evidence photo

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Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper discusses the classified documents the FBI found inside Trump’s residence. #CNN #News

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