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Spy Boss Coats, Once Eager To Get His Name Before Voters, Now Prefers The Shadows

The director of national intelligence is back in the headlines after a rare public statement contradicting the president about Russian interference in U.S. elections.

ASPEN, Colo. — As a member of Congress, Dan Coats liked to get his name in the paper. Now, that he's the country's top intelligence official, Coats said he prefers to stay out of the headlines.

But the director of national intelligence, who

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