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Fmr. CIA Dir. @John Brennan is urging Biden to watch The Present, a film about a father & daughter in the West Bank. “I understand the security needs of the Israeli government,” Brennan says, “but at the same time I think the Palestinian people are subjected to great indignities.”

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