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In 2006, Obama blasted NSA spying: ‘No president is above the law’

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In 2006, then-Sen. Barack Obama criticized the nomination of U.S. Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden as director of the Central Intelligence Agency, citing the controversial National Security Agency program for wiretapping Americans and collecting their phone records. His full remarks below: I have no doubt that General Hayden will be confirmed. But I am going to reluctantly vote against him to...

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