Sunday show roundup: Surveillance and Syria dominate the conversation

The government's sweeping surveillance efforts and the U.S. posture toward the violent conflict in Syria dominated the discussion across the Sunday show landscape.

White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough defended the surveillance techniques, and said President Obama does not believe the tactics have violated Americans' privacy. Meanwhile, on Syria, several Republicans in Congress expressed dissatisfaction at the Obama administration's response.

Read about it all and more over on Post Politics:

Denis McDonough: Iranian election a ‘potentially hopeful sign’

Republicans criticize Obama on Syria

Denis McDonough: Obama does not feel Americans’ privacy has been violated

Sen. Marco Rubio: Immigration bill needs improvements

Mike Rogers: Examples of thwarted terror plots will spur Americans to support surveillance

Dick Cheney: Rand Paul is wrong on government surveillance

Jeb Bush: Parents ‘split’ over prospect of 2016 run




Sean Sullivan has covered national politics for The Washington Post since 2012.



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