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(The Washington Post)
White House won't comment on every NSA report
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When asked about The Post's story that an NSA surveillance program reaches "into the past" to retrieve and replay phone calls, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the White House will not comment on every NSA report.
When asked about The Post's story that an NSA surveillance program reaches "into the past" to retrieve and replay phone calls, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the White House will not comment on every NSA report.
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