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Obama now defends surveillance programs he opposed

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President Obama's insistence that combating terrorism requires the federal government's widespread gathering of Americans' phone and email records completed his turnaround from the days as a candidate when he railed against the very same domestic surveillance programs. Days after the president's emphatic defense of the domestic spying programs, some of his staunchest supporters were flummoxed...

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