President-elect Donald Trump has made his first security leadership choices. He plans to nominate Republicans Rep. Mike Pompeo of Kansas as director of the Central Intelligence Agency and Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.
He has also offered the position of national security adviser to retired three-star Gen. Michael Flynn, a dogged advocate and campaign adviser for Trump.
This segment aired on November 18, 2016.
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