Leon Panetta, who served as both CIA director and defense secretary under President Obama, today said his former boss is too isolated in the White House. Continuing media interviews to promote his new memoir,  which is critical of the president on ISIS and other national security matters, Panetta said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that a staff shakeup after the midterm elections Nov. 4 would be “very helpful” to expose Obama to different ideas that “he’s going to have to consider” to be successful.

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