Americans Spying on Americans The practice of U.S. intelligence agencies spying on Americans has come up twice in recent congressional testimony, including the confirmation hearings for John Bolton, nominee for ambassador to the United Nations.
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The practice of U.S. intelligence agencies spying on Americans has come up twice in recent congressional testimony, including the confirmation hearings for John Bolton, nominee for ambassador to the United Nations.