Analysis: CIA Director George Tenet Resigns

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George Tenet has resigned as director of the CIA. He'll stay on until mid-July, and then his deputy will serve until a permanent replacement is found. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for a profile of George Tenet and analysis of what his resignation will mean.


Larry Abramson
*NPR correspondent

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR)
*Member on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Ronald (Ron) Kessler
*Former Wall Street Journal and Washington Post reporter
*Author of The CIA at War: Inside the Secret Campaign Against Terror

Michael Isikoff
*Washington correspondent for Newsweek magazine

Sherwood Boehlert
* Republican U.S. Representative from New York

Larry Johnson
* Former CIA intelligence officer

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