by Madison Ruppert, End The Lie:
Current and former U.S. intelligence officials confirmed that both the White House and State Department knew about and approved of surveillance of the phone conversations of allied foreign leaders, according to The Los Angeles Times.
This comes after it was revealed that the National Security Agency (NSA) spied on the phones of some 35 world leaders and has led to outcry in Spain, France, Mexico and Germany along with consideration of an anti-NSA resolution in the U.N.
Officials previously denied that President Barack Obama and those close to him knew about the eavesdropping of individuals at the highest levels of friendly governments.
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