NBC News Reporter: AP Scandal Angers One Of Obama's 'Most Important Constituencies - The Press'
NBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Lisa Myers appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" to discuss the growing AP scandal involving the Dept. of Justice secretly obtaining phone records of reporters with the Associated Press.
Myers maintained that it was unlikely that the president knew about the wire tapping because "from a political standpoint," it would anger "one of the president's most important constituencies, the press." Given that, said Myers, "it's hard to imagine they would have green-lighted this thing."
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