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Glenn Greenwald to Stephen Colbert: NSA ‘Story That Will Make the Biggest Impact’ Is Yet to Come

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Posted on May 13, 2014
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The “Colbert Report” host finally gets his hands on the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who brought us the Edward Snowden leaks on the National Security Agency. There to discuss his book, “No Place to Hide,” Greenwald comes under attack by Colbert, who is determined to believe Snowden is a traitor rather than a whistle-blower. Greenwald sets him straight, but the comedian does win one part of the argument on a technicality. The journalist also revealed that a story on whom the NSA has specially been targeting will be published in the next couple of months and will “shape how the events of the last 10 months are viewed by history.”

—Posted by Natasha Hakimi Zapata

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