Questions About U.S. Spy Tactics
WASHINGTON, D.C.- German officials want answers as they visited the White House today, one week after reports surfaced saying the United States tapped the personal cellphone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel for years.
They are meeting with President Obama's Counterterrorism and National Security advisors with the message of "never spy on your friends".
Yesterday, the U.S. Intelligence Chief said that nations do spy on each other's leaders and calls it a longtime practice in the intelligence world.
ABC News has confirmed reports that U.S. intelligence has listened in on the phone conversations of the leaders of 35 American allied countries.
Republicans and Democrats are now calling for a Congressional review.
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