John Brady Kiesling, pictured in November outside an ancient fortress in Central Greece, is a former U.S. diplomat who quit the Bush administration in protest of the Iraq War. These days, he's giving advice to dissidents within the Trump administration.
John Brady Kiesling, pictured in November outside an ancient fortress in Central Greece, is a former U.S. diplomat who quit the Bush administration in protest of the Iraq War. These days, he's giving advice to dissidents within the Trump administration. Courtesy of John Brady Kiesling
John Brady Kiesling, pictured in November outside an ancient fortress in Central Greece, is a former U.S. diplomat who quit the Bush administration in protest of the Iraq War. These days, he's giving advice to dissidents within the Trump administration. Courtesy of John Brady Kiesling

A dissident’s guide to defying President Trump

February 06, 2017 06:23 PM

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