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Obama: US won't send fighter jets to intercept Snowden
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[quote:Spiritmyst:MV8yMjc1NzQ0XzM4Njk4NDU1Xzg5QkZDM0RC] [b]"I have not called President Xi personally or President Putin personally and the reason is...number one, I shouldn't have to," Obama said.[/b] "I shouldn't have to?" What in the heck is he saying here? That he is so important and special that they should bow to the requests of his minions (John Kerry)? Or that the situation is of such minor consequence that it is beneath the necessity of his personal attention? If it is the latter, then drop the criminal charges. If it is the former, he is not in touch with reality due to his isolation and pampering by his handlers. Very disturbing statement he has made here. [/quote]
The US will not try to intercept NSA whistleblower Edward Snowdens flight, President Barack Obama said during his tour to Africa.
Obama announced that US will not be using military jets to go after Snowden, rejecting reports that America might force down a plane carrying the NSA leaker.
The president specified that the US will not engage in "wheeling, dealing and trading" to extradite Edward Snowden, adding that extradition will be carried out through legal channels.
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