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Mon November 29, 2010
Congressman Hoekstra condemns Wikileaks
Republican Hoekstra, who represents Michigan’s 2nd District, says the leaks undermine U.S. credibility in the world.
The Associated Press reported:
Hoekstra said the disclosure of previously secret diplomatic cables, documents and e-mails secrets puts America's diplomats in "a very awkward position." He said some of the material in the roughly 250,000 released documents is "gossip," but added that there's also material on supersensitive negotiations between the United States and Pakistan on a deal aimed at controlling nuclear proliferation.
Hoekstra, who appeared this morning on CBS's "The Early Show" and ABC's "Good Morning America," is urging the Obama administration to classify Wikileaks as a terrorist organization.