December 18th, 2013
08:05 PM ET

Are changes to NSA spying tactics too little too late?

A report on NSA tactics commissioned by President Obama himself recommends changes to some, but not all, of the agency's controversial spying tactics. But will the changes do anything to regain the public's trust, or has the political damage already been done?

Democratic strategist Maria Cardona and former spokesman for Speaker John Boehner Terry Holt are OutFront to discuss the implications.

Filed under: National Security • NSA • Politics
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