Obama’s NSA reforms: Lynn Sweet on MSNBC

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I discussed President Barack Obama’s prospects of getting his NSA reforms through Congress on Saturday on MSNBC’s “Weekends with Alex Witt. My Saturday column on Obama’s NSA surveillance proposals:

“Far from sweeping, President Barack Obama announced a series of calibrated steps on Friday to add more privacy safeguards to the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs without sacrificing the nation’s ability to spy on enemies” Read the entire column HERE.

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