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Mr Obama did not comment, but Republican supporters of the US intelligence community began a fightback on the political talk-shows. It keeps our European allies safe.” Peter King, a fellow Republican congressman, said that Mr Obama should not apologise for NSA operations in Europe.
Mike Rogers, the chairman of the intelligence committee in the House of Representatives, said that America’s allies should be grateful for surveillance operations which targeted terrorist threats. “The president should stop apologising, stop being defensive,” he said on NBC’s Meet the Press.
He noted that wiretapping was a crime in Germany and “those responsible must be held accountable”.