James Norton is tall and square-jawed, his burly build squeezed into a jet-black suit. He did a stint at the Department of Homeland Security in the shadows of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and a raging conflict at the U.S.–Mexico border. Little scares him. But in his current job as founder and president of Play-Action Strategies, his battle arena is shifting, particularly in the wake of political leaks and the scrutiny of Hillary Clinton’s not-so-private server.
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