By Dustin Hurst | Watchdog.org
President Barack Obama took to funny man Jay Leno’s couch Tuesday night to defend the National Security Agency’s effort to secure America.
The president told Leno that America “does not have a domestic spying program,” and that he believes the feds haven’t abused the snooping power they hold.
Obama’s words come weeks after Edward Snowden, a former national security contractor, leaked evidence the federal government is tracking Americans’ phone calls and emails.
Here’s a video clip of Obama’s first segment with Leno: