Kathy Brennan and John Brennan

Kathy Brennan Bio, Age, Husband (John Brennan), Children

Kathy Brennan Bio

Kathy Pokluda Brennan is an American Homemaker and the wife of the former director of Central Intelligence Agency John O. Brennan. He also served as a chief counterterrorism advisor to Former US President Barack Obama.

Kathy Brennan Age

Kathy was born in 1958 in North Bergen, New Jersey, USA.

Kathy Brennan Ethnicity

Kathy belongs to the Czech ethnicity.

Kathy Brennan Husband

Kathy is married to John Owen Brennan, former Former director of Central Intelligence Agency who also served as chief counterterrorism advisor for former President Barack Obama.

Kathy Brennan Children

Kathy is a mother to three children; a son named Kyle and twin daughters Kelly and Jaclyn.

Who is John Brennan

John is a former American intelligence officer who served as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He also served as the Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and Assistant to the former President Barack Obama. He previously adviced Obama on foreign policy and intelligence issues during the 2008 election campaign and presidential transition.

In October 2015 his email account was hacked and posted on WikiLeaks. The email contained sensitive personal information, including a draft of Brennan’s Standard Form 86 (SF-86) application.

John Brennan Trump

John is President Trump critic and has publicly questioning his mental acuity and fitness for office. Trump on the other hand has also publicly attacked Brennan through twitter questioning his mental acuity and called him a liar, a leaker and blamed him for having “detailed knowledge of the (phony) Dossier,” a reference to the raw intelligence reports on Trump’s alleged Russia ties by British former MI-6 officer Christopher Steele.

In August 2018 Donald Trump revoked Brennan’s security clearance. This was after Senator Rand Paul accused Brennan of making money from his security clearance and he called for Brennan’s clearance to be revoked.