How Trump is Helping Women Break More Glass Ceilings than Hillary Ever Did

Gina Haspel is in position to take control of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as the agency’s new director. She has won the support of three very key Senate Democrats — Sen. Mark Warner (VA), Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (ND) and Sen. Bill Nelson (FL) — Tuesday evening.

Haspel has served in the CIA for 33 years. During her service as Directorate of Operations she stood out from the pack and was transferred to the Counterterrorism Center on the day 9/11 terrorist attacks occurred. She moved up in the ranks swiftly, earning “several honors including the George H.W. Bush Award for Excellence in Counterterrorism, the Donovan Award, the Intelligence Medal of Merit, and the Presidential Rank Award,” writes the Washington Examiner.


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