frontpage - 1:29 pm on Feb 9, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: frontpage at 1:33 pm (utc) on Feb 9, 2011]
I will let Obama's Attorney General answer you.
But in Washington, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said he has authorized "significant" actions related to a criminal investigation of WikiLeaks.
"National security of the United States has been put at risk," Holder said. "The lives of people who work for the American people have been put at risk. The American people themselves have been put at risk by these actions that I believe are arrogant, misguided and ultimately not helpful in any way. We are doing everything that we can."
And Obama's spokesman:
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says the cables detailing private conversations and unflattering assessments of world leaders were stolen and the President is decidedly not pleased.
"It's a serious crime first and foremost," he said.
So, we know that the present admin is above reproach or criticism. So good luck with that.
[edited by: frontpage at 1:33 pm (utc) on Feb 9, 2011]