A major blunder by the Obama White House national security staff.
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The accidental disclosure of the identity of the top CIA agent in Afghanistan by the Obama administration could affect operations in that country — even target the entire unit for assassination by the Taliban, political operatives said Monday.

“It looks like a rookie mistake, but it’s in year six of the administration,” retired Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden, who directed both the CIA and the National Security Agency, told Newsmax. “It’s a bit stunning. You would never expect to see that in material that’s been made public.”

Former House Intelligence Chairman Pete Hoekstra told Newsmax that the CIA agent “is now compromised. I just classify this as a major blunder by the Obama White House national security staff.”