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Will Inboden, executive director and William Powers Jr. Chair at the Clements Center for National Security, talked with the New York Times about the Trump administration's comments disparaging national security staffers who testified during the impeachment hearings. 

"'This White House appears to be cannibalizing itself,' said William C. Inboden, a former national security aide to President George W. Bush. 'While many previous White House staffs have feuded with each other and leaked against each other, this is the first time in history I am aware of a White House openly attacking its own staff — especially for merely upholding their constitutional duties.'"