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Sarah Sanders fired back on Twitter at CNN for its criticism of her statements in a White House press briefing Wednesday that the press compromised surveillance of Osama bin Laden, a claim from 2005 widely regarded as debunked.

Sanders made the claim at the daily press briefing while speaking in defense of the President Trump supporters who had heckled CNN journalist Jim Acosta, a frequent target of the president’s criticism, the night before at a campaign rally in Florida.

The article goes on to state the following:

“The media routinely reports on classified information and government secrets that put lives in danger and risk valuable national security tools,” Sanders said. “One of the worst cases was the reporting on the U.S. ability to listen to Osama bin Laden’s satellite phone in the late ’90s. Because of that reporting, he stopped using that phone and the country lost valuable intelligence.”

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