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Interview with Mel Goodman, former CIA analyst and senior fellow at the Center for International Policy, conducted by Scott Harris, executive producer of Between The Lines

Originally Posted March 30, 2016 on Between the Lines’ nationally syndicated show.

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Seven minute clip form the interview, discussing Brussles, ISIS and GOP political fear baiting.
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