Dec 17, 2010
WASHINGTON — US Vice President Joe Biden says there has been no “substantive” damage to US foreign policy from the WikiLeaks drama, despite embarrassment caused by thousands of leaked diplomatic cables.
Biden commented on the fallout from the WikiLeaks campaign in an MSNBC interview broadcast on Thursday and recorded a day earlier at the United Nations, where he chaired a Security Council meeting on Iraq.
“I don’t think there is any substantive damage, no,” Biden said, when asked about the WikiLeaks revelations.
“Some of the cables that are coming out here and around the world are embarrassing,” Biden said.
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