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Host Bob Edwards talks to Vincent Cannistraro, former CIA chief of counterterrorism operations and analysis, about so-called terrorist "chatter." The administration says an increase in intelligence gathered from a wide range of sources indicates another attack on the U.S. is inevitable. Cannistraro explains what this "chatter" is and how the intelligence community interprets it.

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