by Wanda Curruthers, NewsMax
President Barack Obama’s reforms won’t truly change the National Security Agency’s spying program, Senator Rand Paul told CNN’s Newsroom after the president announced new NSA guidelines Friday.
Obama’s “not going to fundamentally change any of this,” Paul said. “I didn’t hear any lessening of the spying on Americans, or the collecting [of] records of Americans.”
President Obama detailed limited guidelines for the NSA data collection program in his speech, including how the government would store the massive amounts of information it gathers on Americans.
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