July 8, 2014

Tapping Merkel's Phone Was Absolutely Wrong

Hillary Clinton, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

In an interview, Hillary Clinton discusses the growing gap between the rich and poor that threatens democracy, Americans' discontent with politics, her regrets over NSA spying on Chancellor Merkel's mobile phone and her potential presidential candidacy.

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TAGGED: 2016, Angela Merkel, NSA, Europe, Germany, United States, U.S. Foreign Policy, Hillary Clinton

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