White House: Release of Snowden hurts relations with China

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  • Updated: June 24, 2013 - 12:05 PM

WASHINGTON — The White House says it is "not buying" that the decision by Hong Kong authorities to let admitted leaker Edward Snowden leave for Russia was a technical decision. It says it was a deliberate choice to release a fugitive and that "unquestionably" damages U.S.-China relations.

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darkelfJun. 24, 1312:14 PM

Does it hurt US-China relations more than the US dividing the rest of the world, even its allies, into classes of servants and criminals?

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dumbgopJun. 24, 1312:19 PM

With the constant lies and deception that comes from Carney's mouth, I'm amazed he can sleep.

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melloncollieJun. 24, 1312:31 PM

Does anyone actually think China cares?

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lilcezarJun. 24, 1312:41 PM

Humm...seems the US government has been caught with it's hand in the cookie jar (internet spy programs on other nations) and now want the person that discovered these programs...hahah..all of these countries are laughing behind our backs...

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d434478Jun. 24, 1312:50 PM

Based on some of these comments...want to go live in another country? Travel a bit and you appreciate the quality of life here, and especially in MN...pretty awesome! And this guy is going to find out what real BAD looks like! Some people will always be complaining and criticizing.

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dirtydogsJun. 24, 1312:56 PM

Snowden admitted the only reason he took the job was to get NSA information. He is a traitor and I hope he pays the price. Plus, he is a major league coward.

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scissorshendJun. 24, 1312:59 PM

"all of these countries are laughing behind our backs" -- Most of them are not even trying to hide it. As usual, the American media is doing a great job of sheilding Americans from what the rest of the workd really thinks about Americans.

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scissorshendJun. 24, 13 1:03 PM

After America has helped hundreds of Red Chinese criminals defect to the USA over the past 30-years do you really think China even cares about this one guy?

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