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The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald paid a visit to "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning for an interview with conservative commentator Eric Bolling.
Bolling asked Greenwald if he cared to use the morning program as a venue to break another scoop on the National Security Agency's surveillance programs.
"Unfortunately, Eric, you're gonna have to wait along with everybody else until our stories are published," Greenwald said. "But I will say that there are vast programs of both domestic and international spying that the world will be shocked to learn about that the NSA has engaged in without any democratic accountability and that's what's driving our reporting."
"This is what journalism is about — shining a light on what the most powerful people in the country are doing to them in the dark — so we're going to continue to do that no matter what David Gregory and his friends say," Greenwald said.
Greenwald took to Twitter on Tuesday to respond to criticism he evidently received for appearing on Fox, linking to a pair of interviews President Barack Obama granted to the conservative cable news network: