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Congressional Leaders Expecting Top-Level Briefing on Chinese Spy Balloon

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Congressional Leaders Expecting Top-Level Briefing on Chinese Spy Balloon

Congressional Leaders Expecting Top-Level Briefing on Chinese Spy Balloon

Congressional Leaders , Expecting Top-Level Briefing , on Chinese Spy Balloon.

Fox News reports that leaders in Congress are expected to receive a top-level briefing on the intelligence gathered by a suspected Chinese spy balloon.

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Fox News reports that leaders in Congress are expected to receive a top-level briefing on the intelligence gathered by a suspected Chinese spy balloon.

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The briefing will also include President Biden's decision to shoot down the suspected spy balloon, which was said to be carrying sensors and surveillance equipment.

The briefing is expected to include the Gang of Eight, which includes the ranking members of the House and Senate intelligence committees and party leaders from both chambers.

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The briefing is expected to include the Gang of Eight, which includes the ranking members of the House and Senate intelligence committees and party leaders from both chambers.

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Fox News reports that Republicans have called for a closer look at Biden's decision-making regarding the balloon, which traveled across the entire U.S. before being shot down.

Fox News reports that Republicans have called for a closer look at Biden's decision-making regarding the balloon, which traveled across the entire U.S. before being shot down.

Meanwhile, Democrats have praised Biden's handling of the incident, arguing that waiting to shoot down the craft over water was done with safety in mind.

According to the Biden administration, the U.S. gained a significant amount of intelligence on the craft by allowing it to cross the continent.

Fox News reports that complaints by the GOP largely revolve around the Biden administration's delay in notifying the public regarding the issue.

The Biden administration reportedly learned of the CCP spy balloon on January 28th – nearly a week before residents in Montana spotted the balloon loitering over their state, Mike Rogers, R-Ala, House Armed Services Committee Chairman, via Fox News.

It’s clear the Biden administration had hoped to hide this national security failure from Congress and the American people, Mike Rogers, R-Ala, House Armed Services Committee Chairman, via Fox News


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