Richard Clarke on the Future of the War on Terror Richard Clarke warns that our economy and our civil liberties are likely targets for terrorists. We speak with the counter-terrorism expert about where -- and how -- al Qaeda is likely to strike next.
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Richard Clarke on the Future of the War on Terror

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Richard Clarke on the Future of the War on Terror

Richard Clarke on the Future of the War on Terror

Richard Clarke on the Future of the War on Terror

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Richard Clarke warns that our economy and our civil liberties are likely targets for terrorists. We speak with the counter-terrorism expert about where — and how — al Qaeda is likely to strike next.

Guest:

Richard Clarke, national security advisor under presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.