At the approach of the presidential election in November next, Donald Trump is vaguely pronounced on such a sensitive topic, Saturday, 15 August. The us president has made it known that he was going to "throw an eye" on a possible, thanks to Edward Snowden, former employee of the u.s. intelligence indicted for espionage.
Edward Snowden, often seen as a whistleblower, is a former employee of the CIA and ex-contractor of the intelligence agency NSA exiled in Russia since he was denounced in 2013, the mass surveillance of communications and of the Internet in his country. The former computer programmer is charged with the criminal the United States of espionage and theft of State secrets. He faces up to 30 years in prison. During the presidential campaign in 2016, Donald Trump had described Snowden as a "traitor general" and promised to "deal harshly" if he was elected.