Clap­per: Obama aware of spy­ing on al­lies

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

be­low the White House or the na­tional se­cu­rity staff.”

A day ear­lier, Se­nate in­tel­li­gence com­mit­tee Chair­woman Dianne Fe­in­stein, Cal­i­for­nia Demo­crat, in call­ing for a “to­tal re­view of all in­tel­li­gence pro­grams,” said nei­ther she nor the pres­i­dent knew about eaves­drop­ping on the Ger­man chan­cel­lor.

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Pro­test­ers, in­clud­ing Code Pink co-founder Medea Ben­jamin (left), lis­ten as NSA Di­rec­tor Gen. Keith B. Alexan­der tes­ti­fies Tues­day on po­ten­tial changes to the in­tel­li­gence act that is at the heart of rev­e­la­tions about U.S. spy­ing at home and abroad.

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