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NSA Spying / Allies / Greenwald Interview #1054221

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The testimony by national intelligence director James Clapper about NSA intelligence gathering on our allied leaders summed up; scenes shown from the hearings; details given from the "Der Spiegel" article that the NSA targeted German Chancellor Angela Merkel. [In response to question from Representative Mike Rogers, CLAPPER - talks about a huge enterprise.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "The Guardian" columnist Glenn Greenwald about NSA leaker Edward Snowden. [Former Vice President Dick CHENEY - says Snowden betrayed the US and is not a whistleblower.] [GREENWALD - criticizes Cheney for lying and abusing power while Snowden is considered a hero for telling what the US was trying to conceal about surveillance; states there are no facts that the published documents have hurt the country; notes what Senator Dianne Feinstein said about this intelligence gathering; outlines the mass spying by the US, including listening to the personal conversations of our closest allies.] Other material: [AT hearings, CLAPPER - says it is valuable to us to know about the policies of other countries.]

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