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Brennan, who was questioned at an appearance on another subject, said "We are not in any way, shape or form trying to thwart this report."
"I am confident that the authorities will deal with this appropriately," he said. "I would just encourage some members of the Senate to take their time, to make sure they don’t overstate what they claim and what they apparently believe to be the truth."
Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee completed their 6,300-page interrogation report last year and are revising it with CIA comments. Feinstein said she would ask the White House to declassify its 300-plus-page executive summary, and its conclusions.
When the report was first approved by Democrats on the committee in December 2012, Feinstein said her staffers came to the conclusion that the detention and interrogation program yielded little or no significant intelligence.
Associated Press writer Bradley Klapper contributed to this report.
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