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Intel chief: US spying on allied leaders common

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The national intelligence director says the U.S. has commonly spied on leaders of its foreign allies for decades — as they are spying on American officials. National Intelligence Director James Clapper told Congress on Tuesday it's "kind of a basic tenet" of U.S. intelligence-gathering to find out the intentions of foreign leaders. He said it's done to make sure "what they are...

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