July 1, 2013
Former President George W. Bush said NSA leaker Edward Snowden had “damaged the security of the country” by revealing a broad swath of details on the agency’s surveillance programs that began under the Bush administration.
“I know he damaged the country,” Bush told CNN’s Robyn Curnow in an interview in Zambia, Africa, where he and former First Lady Laura Bush are renovating a health clinic. “The Obama administration will deal with it.”
Bush was asked if it was possible for a single person to “really damage” the nation’s security.
“I think he damaged the security of the country,” Bush said.
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