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As an individual who is not acting in my opinion -- noble intent.
What Snowdon has revealed has cause irreversible.
And significant damage to our country into our -- National Security Agency Director General Keith Alexander accuses -- Snowden of betraying the trust of the United States.
As a spokesman from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence tells Fox News.
More leaks are anticipated.
And where in the world is the NSC leaguer with his treasure trove of surveillance secrets.
-- -- is believed to landed in Moscow a short time ago where he might go next is up for debate.
I'm Tim green let's go right now -- and -- with the latest here in Washington -- Steve.
Kenny Edwards -- apparently on the move though we haven't caught a glimpse of them just yet the Justice Department confirming he did leave Hong Kong for a third country.
In spite of US efforts to have him extradited to face charges here in the US.
Now reporters gathered at Moscow airport amid reports that Snowden had landed there possibly in transit to Cuba and then to Venezuela.
The US extradition request was turned down one Hong Kong said it didn't fully comply with their legal requirements.
Here in the US strong reaction -- -- it.
We have seen that bad guys overseas terrorists who are committing.
And plotting attacks on the United States and our allies have changed the way they operate we've already seen that.
To say that that is not harmful to the national security the United States or our safety is just dead wrong.
Rights and even though many are worried about the scope of the NSA NSA surveillance operation that gathers information from the phone companies and from the Internet.
Others defend the program as essential to our national security and point out -- -- -- leak has already caused damage as you heard Mike Rogers already say.
That's for the Russians allowing Snowden to land there in Moscow one prominent US senators said it could damage.
US Russian relations going forward listen.
Allies are supposed to treat each other in decent ways and -- always seems almost eager.
To put a finger in the eye of the United States whether it is Syria Iran and now of course what's known.
That's not how allies should treat one another and I think -- have serious consequences for the United States Russia relationship.
So we'll see about that meantime the US trying to get its hands on stone files have I charges have been filed on espionage against Edwards -- -- was whereabouts a little bit murky right now apparently in Moscow Shannon.
IC thank you very much.
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