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Espionage / Snowden Leak / G8 Summit #1047189

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 17, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The continuing fallout from Edward Snowden’s leaking of classified information reviewed; details given about his latest revelation, coming at the opening of a summit of world leaders, that the US and Britain spied on world leaders, including Russian President Dmitri Medvedev††, during international summit meetings and the impact of the leaks about the US hacking China on President Obama’s recent meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping††; Snowden’s remarks from a web chat with “The Guardian” quoted. ["New York Times" Mark LANDLER†- says it robs Obama of moral authority in talking about this.] [Former NSA and CIA director Michael HAYDEN†- says Snowden is wrong.] [Sunday, Vice President Dick CHENEY – calls Snowden a traitor.] [Father Lonnie SNOWDEN†- tells his son not release any more information.]

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea

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