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NSA Director Claims Spying on Allies Common

The White House is considering putting an end to listening in on friendly foreign leaders.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Intelligence Director told Congress the spying on heads of state is not an uncommon practice.

James Clapper testified the U.S. tries to find out what other world leaders are doing, just as other nations try to spy on American officials.

The practice came to the public eye after leaked documents revealed the NSA listened in on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s private cell phone.

The White House is considering putting an end to the practice of listening in on friendly foreign leaders.
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