WASHINGTON – In two days of Senate confirmation hearings, Donald Trump’s national security nominees have shown they aren’t afraid of disagreeing with their boss, even on matters at the heart of his campaign promises.
Trump’s picks for defense secretary, secretary of state and Central Intelligence Agency chief contradicted or toned down the president-elect’s rhetoric on a number of issues, starting most directly with Russia.
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