How CIA Spies Really Operate
Ray McGovern was a CIA analyst for 27 years (April 1963 to August 1990), serving seven U.S. presidents. He was chief of the CIA’s Soviet Foreign Policy branch in the 1970s. He joins us to tell us about that experience and why now he finds himself at odds with the Establishment narrative. Here’s a discussion on how the secret spy world of the CIA really operates. More from Kim Iversen.