President Barack Obama is escorted by Col. William M. Knight, Commander of the 11th Wing, upon his arrival aboard the Marine One helicopter at Andrews Air Force Base in Md., Tuesday March. 11, 2014,. ( AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
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President Barack Obama's pick to lead the National Security Agency pledged on Tuesday to look for ways to build confidence in the beleaguered spy agency and, in a possible shift, stopped short of calling former contractor Edward Snowden a traitor.Rogers said Snowden had done damage to U.S. security and put American lives at risk. But he did not echo U.S. critics in describing Snowden as a traitor, including outgoing NSA director, General Keith Alexander.If confirmed, Rogers would lead Cyber Command, the Pentagon unit that grapples with cyber warfare.Rogers described the attack as "significant".
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