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In the impact segment tonight let me just recap this new -- scandal story for you.
The FB IMS -- the Associated Press trying to find out who leaked the story to them about a terror operation in Yemen the FBI also secretly.
Look at Fox News correspondent James -- personal emails investigating a story about North Korea.
And finally CBS news correspondent -- like -- -- says her emails may have been monitored as well.
-- have Washington Republican strategist -- -- -- and Democrat Kirsten Powers also a -- -- about what about attorney general Eric Holder.
Now he recused himself.
On the -- story but Rosen we don't hear a word about that.
And that's right -- holders.
And you say.
Well look -- it.
There's no point in singling out holder without including President Obama had been -- they both believe the same things the president even when he was asked about.
By the -- scandal has said he makes no apologies for what they did.
The when he hasn't said a word about James Rosen.
And what happened there are so he's obviously not you know to look up in arms about that since we know he calls it just -- up the phone calls people they've been insulted by radio host for example but he hasn't spoken out on.
The governments and there you know -- thuggish tactics against journalists so I'd say that you know both attorney general holder and the president.
Don't look very good right now -- -- and you say -- I agree completely alien it's very clear that this is that executive level decision that holder had to have been involved holder admitted to the committee.
When they asked and that he couldn't remember how many times he authorized.
-- the Department of Justice to look into on different -- issues to look -- -- -- so we know it's happened before this really shouldn't come as a surprise but it is.
-- and a -- think this is at scandal of serious proportions -- we're seeing the tip of the iceberg right here.
Where that White House and the Department of Justice have made the determination and it is a determination that they're going to go after reporters and news organizations.
-- print fax or print time and it it on timely manner no.
I don't know -- -- -- -- in New York Times on the WikiLeaks thing in India and let it all kinds of stuff.
That came from classified files I'm abusing you instead -- what.
They didn't go after the times because the times -- made the president look good.
I got Eminem music or an amazing man named him and he was talking about the -- -- smartest guy yeah -- -- that do it would release up to make President Obama look good it was a deficit -- but it was a lot of embarrassing -- the let me ask one more.
Question -- about this.
You say is that this is a scandal and there's an iceberg coming or some something with a -- for.
-- do you have any sympathy at all for the CIA the NSA all of our other Intel agencies.
That basically are trying to plug leaks they don't want.
You know secret stuff they could get their agents killed in US military killed out in the press you sympathize at all with that.
I simple as that they need to go after the leaguers to go after members absolutely Susan -- not different but you don't till after the press article about what about the freedom of the press article wasn't his career Semel.
What about social media like WikiLeaks and people like that -- get.
National security stuff and -- -- on out there and our people -- be killed powers are hearing REIT I got to take that seriously.
While it's a question of what do you think WikiLeaks should be treated as -- as a journalist and I think the social anyway.
But I don't yeah I think Michigan but I just want to address this this argument that the administration and made this specifically holder made this argument about the eight.
Why they went after the AP was because it was his grave security let the risk right.
Turns -- completely involved that it's not even remotely true that is not what happened.
That the EP actually it was just going to break the story a day earlier than the administration would want -- and -- -- work that night I mean that's true to what.
What you're saying is true -- but they don't really know what the -- had about Yemen and who the sources where they were trying to find out what would the -- and think this is just a stupid story.
About North Korea reacting to -- UN -- a boycott this has nothing to do within the agent in the field.
Why this is so egregious the Rosen thing is ridiculous.
And for him and for them to go after his private emails.
And his parents' phone lines.
His parents -- remember let's remember all said that it a get convicted there there's whistle but they call leaks are often whistle blowers first of all.
And when they -- things like they did about they'll spot on the lot raid you had people from the military saying that -- to the White House was puts putting.
I'm seals in danger was was releasing information that shouldn't go to.
But I don't why I don't know if you're that I can point the main point is.
That Eric Holder the attorney general why do not believe is gonna survive this.
I'm gonna make a prediction right now on the factor that holder will have to resign over this because you're gonna see more this coming out.
And it's not that he's not going to be able to defend it and you don't want mr.
attorney general just between you -- me you can't recuse yourself from your job.
But he was just doing what the president -- wants is well I mean I could -- say powers and and again.
I'm really sick of feet on the right -- -- -- it's right in holder's lack.
And he gonna get out of this and I got to go because we do have James Rosen but we can ask him anything we are very after staying --
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