Pentagon, intelligence leaders seek NSA chief's removal: reports

Reports said that US National Security Agency chief Admiral Michael Rogers' position in the Obama administration was in potential jeopardyTop US military and intelligence leaders are pushing President Barack Obama to fire National Security Agency chief Admiral Michael Rogers, US media reporte, even as Rogers is apparently being considered for a senior position in the Trump administration. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has asked Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper — the two reportedly behind the push — to testify before the end of the year. President-elect Donald Trump was said to be considering Rogers as director of national intelligence in his incoming administration.

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