Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger was the ranking member on the House intelligence committee when Edward Snowden leaked classified documents about government surveillance.
Now, while Snowden remains in asylum in Russia, and a movie based on his actions heads into theaters, a new report by that House committee has come out calling Snowden a traitor who did damage to America's national security interests.
The Republican-led committee released a three-page unclassified summary of its two-year bipartisan examination of how Snowden was able to remove the documents from secure NSA networks, what the documents contained and the damage their removal caused to U.S. national security.
Rep. Adam Schiff of California, the ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said the probe revealed that the vast majority of what Snowden took had nothing to do with American privacy.