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One of the reporters honored with a Pulitzer Prize last week for his reports on National Security Agency surveillance on Sunday promised further revelations.

The Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald told CNN’S Reliable Sources that there would be new surprises stemming from Edward Snowden’s leaks in a book coming out in May.

“There are stories that I felt from the beginning really needed the length of a book to be able to report and to do justice to, so there’s new documents, there’s new revelations in the book that I think will help inform the debate even further,” Greenwald said.

Greenwald said he felt honored when Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) denounced the Pulitzer board for giving its public service prize to The Guardian and The Washington Post for their Snowden stories.

King tweeted that the award was disgraceful.

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