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Reflecting on his decision to go public with classified information, Edward Snowden says, "The likeliest outcome for me, hands down, was that I'd spend the rest of my life in an orange jumpsuit, but that was a risk that I had to take." Courtesy of Edward Snowden hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Edward Snowden; Journalist Andrea Mitchell

Snowden speaks about his decision to share top-secret intelligence documents with journalists in 2013. Justin Chang reviews Ad Astra. Mitchell says that asking tough questions is "very empowering."

Reflecting on his decision to go public with classified information, Edward Snowden says, "The likeliest outcome for me, hands down, was that I'd spend the rest of my life in an orange jumpsuit, but that was a risk that I had to take." Courtesy of Edward Snowden hide caption

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Courtesy of Edward Snowden

Fresh Air Weekend: Edward Snowden; Journalist Andrea Mitchell

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