Edward Snowden's sudden departure from Hong Kong and speculation over where he is ultimately headed dominated the Sunday show discussion.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Snowden will face problems if he cozies up to China or Russia, but will be seen a more favorable light if he avoids close discussions with foreign governments. Meanwhile, Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) and others took Russia and China to task for Snowden's travels.

Read all about it and more over on Post Politics:

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Feinstein: China ‘clearly had a role’ in Snowden’s departure from Hong Kong

Rep. Mike Rogers: Snowden’s actions defy logic

Greenwald: Snowden’s ultimate destination ‘unknown’

Rand Paul: Snowden will face problems if he ‘cozies up’ to Russia, China

Chuck Schumer: Putin is ‘aiding and abetting Snowden’s escape’

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