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NSA surveillance revelations sour German perception of Obama

  • Aired: 01/30/2014
  • 07:12
  • Expires: 03/01/2014
  • Rating: NR
In 2008, huge crowds showed up in Berlin to get a glimpse of then-senator Barack Obama during his first presidential campaign. But six years later, German enthusiasm has waned, largely because of evidence that the NSA has spied on German citizens and leaders. Margaret Warner talks to German politician Philipp Missfelder about the impact of U.S. spy programs on transatlantic relations.
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