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Topic - Angus S. King Jr.
President Obama's use of unmanned drones to kill Americans who are suspected of being al Qaeda allies deserves closer inspection, lawmakers said Sunday, as even some of the president's allies suggested an uneasiness about the program.
John O. Brennan, President Obama's pick to lead the CIA, defended the administration's drone execution program before Congress on Thursday, saying that in war the commander in chief has the right to order a targeted killing — but agreeing that Congress should be more involved in knowing what is happening.
Maine Sen. Angus S. King Jr. sees no strong reason to oppose President Obama's pick for secretary of defense.
"There really is a huge surge," Sen. Angus S. King Jr., Maine independent, told "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace.
Other lawmakers suggested more changes: Sen. Angus S. King Jr., Maine independent, said he wanted indicators of potential wrongdoing sent straight to an independent authority outside of the executive branch.