Gina Jasper attended the nomination hearing. Overseas network May 10 local time (9) on Wednesday (9), the United States President Trump nominated the CIAs first female director Gina Jasper to attend the Senate Information Committee of the nomination hearing held by the Senate. In answering the senators questions, Haas Per said she would not restart the cruel trial plan after taking office, but she refused to measure the plan with moral standards. According to the Huffington post, the senators repeatedly asked at the days hearing, do you think the trial after 911 is immoral? Haas Pell, a former deputy director of the CIA, avoided this question. She said that after the 911 terrorist attacks, the CIAs trial plan was legal, and she did not support the use of the interrogation tools at that time. I think we should take a higher moral standard. The CIA should focus on collecting and analyzing information and leaving the trial to the Department of defense and the FBI. It is reported that the number of Republican congressmen and Democrats in the US Senate Intelligence Committee is not very different, which is 51 and 49 respectively. At present, Republican Senator Rand Paul and John McCain say they will vote against Haas Pers nomination. So Hass Pell needs to win some votes from the Democrats. For the time being, only one Democratic senator said he would stand up for Haas Per. After the hearing, members will vote on whether or not to pass Haas Pers nomination. Haas Pers involvement in the abuse of prisoners and the destruction of torture videos are controversial. In 2002, the CIA set up the first overseas prison in Thailand. Haas Per, the chief executive, was responsible for interrogation of the suspected al Qaida terrorist suspects. It was reported that she used cruel means during the trial, including depriving prisoners of sleep, centering them and forcing the prisoners to irrigate. In 2005, the CIA launched the video on destroying prisoners, and Haas Per became the head of the work. CIA officials say she only executes her bosss orders. Trump said in March 13th that Haas Per would be the new director of CIA and the first female director, and Pompeio would be the new secretary of state. However, his official nomination notice for Haas Per was postponed until April 17th. A White House official said the official written notice was delayed because the FBI spent more time on background investigation for Hass Pell than expected.