NSA head to be dropped from top intelligence position 

WASHIGTON – Amid troubling problems within the intelligence community in America, sources close to the  NSA and its top chief Michael Rogers confirmed that a declaration to have Rogers removed has been delivered to President Obama.

Sources say that Rogers was first appointed head of the intelligence agency and Military Cyber Command following the massive leaks by Edward Snowden in 2014.  Although, many say that Rogers was no help to quell the problems and security issues that would later arise in the United States.

Enter: Comtractor, Harold Martin. Martin, was arrested earlier this year in his home after authorities discovered that he had managed to save and steal thousands of confidential American documents like his predecessor Edward Snowden. 

Rogers, is being considered for a top cabinet position within Donald Trump’s presidential administration, perhaps, something that has set off fierce problems within the intelligence community.

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