Obama Defends US Surveillance Programs

U.S. President Barack Obama has defended for the first time the National Security Agency’s surveillance of telephone and Internet records, saying Americans should trust those who conduct the programs who are working to prevent new terrorist attacks.  

Obama’s remarks on the controversy swirling over government surveillance came at an event in California.

Saying “nobody is listening to your telephone calls,” he said his responsibility is to keep the American …

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