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Kate Brannen is a contributor to Foreign Policy, where she previously worked as a senior reporter.
The Trump administration’s chief strategist has already taken control of both policy and process on national security.
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National Security Agency police opened fire Monday on a black SUV that tried to enter a gate at Fort Meade, Maryland.
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