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Chief spy James Clapper says U.S. spies on foreign leaders

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National Intelligence Director James Clapper told Congress on Tuesday the U.S. has a history of spying on foreign leaders and suspects those countries are eavesdropping on U.S. officials as well. Clapper said in his 50 years in the spy business that it's "kind of a basic tenet" for the U.S. to gather intelligence on foreign heads of state. When asked during a House Intelligence Committee...

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