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From NYTimes.com :

Administration Starts Weeklong Blitz in Defense of Eavesdropping Program
By DAVID E. SANGER and ERIC LICHTBLAU

MANHATTAN, Kan., Jan. 23 - The White House opened a weeklong media blitz Monday in defense of the National Security Agency's eavesdropping program, with President Bush saying he found it "amazing" to be accused of breaking the law by ordering a secret program to intercept international calls and e-mail messages.

...Among other appearances this week, Dan Bartlett, the communications director, did a round of television interviews Monday morning in defense of the program, Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales will give a speech on Tuesday on its legal justifications and Mr. Bush is scheduled to visit the security agency in Fort Meade, Md., on Wednesday to discuss the program.

01.24.06

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