Should foreign intelligence collection be subject to more rigorous oversight, and therefore, improved accountability, through a policy process that involves deeper personal involvement by the President and National Security Council (NSC)? Would a greater number of political appointees across the intelligence community facilitate that oversight? These are the essential questions posed by Professor Samuel Rascoff in his article Presidential Intelligence.
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Cordero, Carrie F., "A Response to Professor Samuel Rascoff’s Presidential Intelligence" (2016). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1798.