WikiLeaks released information purportedly coming from CIA Director John Brennan's private email account Wednesday. Among the information found: private correspondence on torture and a strategic outline for playing the "U.S.-Iranian Chessboard."
The leaks have, in some sense, effectively doxxed Brennan and his wife Kathy, as personal information like Social Security numbers and home phone numbers were included in the forms.
In a pre-Obama administration document, titled "The Conundrum of Iran," Brennan lays out recommendations for the next president on dealing with the rogue nation. "Even Iran’s positive engagement in helping repair the post-Taliban political environment in Afghanistan was met with indifference by Washington," Brennan admits in one part.
He reveals that while "Iranian diplomats made important contributions to the success of U.N. sponsored negotiations that resulted in the inauguration of the Karzai Government in Kabul," the country's foreign minister never received a word of gratitude from the United States.