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Bush: Wiretap hearings OK — to an extent

After initial reservations, President Bush said Wednesday that he is not bothered by congressional hearings into his domestic spying program as long as they don’t aid the enemy. ”That’s good for democracy,” Bush said, provided the hearings do not “tell the enemy what we’re doing.” In the days after the secret wiretapping without warrants was revealed, Bush cautioned against hearings, saying that congressional leaders had been privately consulted and that he had worked within the law to authorize eavesdropping on Americans with suspected ties to terrorists. Full Story

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