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Jack is really a storyteller, international explorer, and humanitarian and everything else rolls out from there. As a writer, its what he does.  As a trial lawyer and trial skills teacher aroud the world, its his most important tool. As a former CIA officer, the only way to truly motivate people is to connect and to tell them a story that they can feel viscerally.  As a media analyst, what better way to make a point.  In the end, he tries to captivate his audience about the world and its people as much as he himself is captivated.

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[WVLY Radio] February 1st: Nunes Memo Creates Open Conflict 

I appear on WVLY Radio with my buddy Howard Monroe on February 1st.  House Intelligence Committee Chairman has decided to released a classified memo that objective sources has been called incomplete, confusing, inaccurate and may actually disclose sources and methods. All of these terms come from the sitting FBI Director who was a Trump nominee and a life long Republican. In the bizarro world in which we livew, the Republicans seem to be under the belief that they should attack the U.s. Justice Department rather than determine whether or not it is true about whether President Trump or any of his people actually worked with and cooperating with the Russians.  

This is an extraordinary development. This should be a fun interview.

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