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Dennis Blair, the US director of national intelligence, will step down from his position on May 28.
Blair has been at his post since January 2009. He offered no reason for his departure in a brief statement issued on Thursday night.
"I have had no greater honour or pleasure than to lead the remarkably talented and patriotic men and women of the intelligence community," Blair said in the statement, sent to US intelligence employees.
Originally posted by airspoon
Could this resignation, on top of all the others, be pointing to something big coming down the line or is this all just mere coincidence?