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  • White House describes 'stark difference' between Snowden and Manning cases

    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Friday that there is temptation to compare the cases of Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning because their crimes are "relatively similar." Earnest pointed to the scale and aftermath of each of their crimes as the biggest differences that President Barack Obama will consider in the process of presidential clemency.

White House describes 'stark difference' between Snowden and Manning cases

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Friday that there is temptation to compare the cases of Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning because their crimes are "relatively similar." Earnest pointed to the scale and aftermath of each of their crimes as the biggest differences that President Barack Obama will consider in the process of presidential clemency.
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