The National Security Agency has come under fire after leaker Edward Snowden revealed the extent of U.S. surveillance programs, enraging Americans who don't approve of the agency snooping on their private activity.
Now, the NSA is under international criticism after allegations of surveillance by the U.S. on European allies has strained previously friendly relations.
Tonight in the Crossfire: Jesselyn Radack, national security and human rights director of the Government Accountability Project and Tommy Vietor, former National Security Council spokesperson.
Radack supports fugitive leaker Snowden, while Tommy Vietor says the U.S. needs to remain vigilant. They join hosts Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp to make their case at 6:30 pm ET.
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Crossfire hosted by Newt Gingrich, Stephanie Cutter, SE Cupp, and Van Jones airs weeknights at 6:30 pm ET on CNN.
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