Negroponte's Departure Shows Pressure of the Post

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This week, administration officials announced that John Negroponte would be leaving his position as the Director of National Intelligence to become Deputy Secretary of State.

Negroponte became DNI less than two years ago.

Professor Amy Zegart of UCLA talks with John Ydstie about what the change may mean for the intelligence community.



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