Warner and Heitkamp's endorsement follows Haspel support from Democratic Sens.
"It's one thing to vote [when] John McCain is in Sedona, it's another thing to look him in the eye and tell him you're not going to vote with him", said Senator Angus King, an independent from ME who plans to vote against Haspel, told the Globe.
A redacted executive summary of a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report, which was released in 2014, concluded that waterboarding and other enhanced interrogation techniques were ineffective.
Haspel has proven to be a controversial pick for the president, over her history at the CIA and the agency's use of harsh interrogation tactics.
On Wednesday, Republican members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence are expected to unanimously approve Ms. Haspel's confirmation in a closed-door session which will also tackle the intelligence community's January 2017 assessment of Russian election meddling.
Haspel wrote that she has "learned the hard lessons since 9/11".
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Warner's announcement came after Haspel wrote him to say the Central Intelligence Agency should never have run a harsh detention and interrogation program after 9/11.
Warner's vote is crucial for Haspel, given that GOP Sen.
Haspel's reluctance to condemn the interrogation techniques spurred Republican Sen.
The CIA declassified a review that found "no fault with the performance" of Haspel in the destruction of the videotape evidence, which could help clear the air for senators who are troubled by her involvement in the matter. 11, 2001 strategy, said last week if it were up to him, "I'd do it again". The statement appeared to be aimed at skeptical senators who asked Haspel whether she would restart the program if ordered to do so by Trump.
As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Mr. Paul's opposition nearly triggered the panel to report Mr. Pompeo out of the committee unfavorably before the full Senate vote.