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August 6, 2010

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James Clapper was confirmed unanimously by the Senate Thursday night to be the nation’s next intelligence chief.

Clapper, tapped by President Obama for the Director of National Intelligence job, will oversee the nation’s 16 spy agencies.

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He will be the fourth person in the position since it was created five years ago. He succeeds Dennis Blair, who was pressured to resign because of differences with the White House over the scope of his role and turf battles with the CIA director.

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