A closer, independent look at intelligence leaks is being called for by a Senator who fears the leaks are endangering our national security.
FOX News Radio's Chris Foster reports in our ongoing series on national security:
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman wants a special counsel to look into national security leaks, like details about drone strikes and the Usama bin Laden raid.
(Sen. Lieberman) "It would remove any appearance that anybody in the Administration was trying to block a full-scale investigation."
White House Adviser David Plouffe says the President does not tolerate leaks.
(Plouffe) "Leaders in our Administration, of course they're gonna talk about the President's strategic approach to keeping this country safe, our foreign policy. But to suggest somehow, that the people that he relies on for advice everyday would leak information like this is just absolutely wrong, it's highly objectionable."
They were on FOX News Sunday.
Chris Foster, FOX News Radio.
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