No, he didn’t.

Via Daily Caller:

White House press secretary Jay Carney insisted Wednesday that Attorney General Eric Holder “testified truthfully” in a May 15 hearing.

Holder told the House committee that “with regard to potential prosecution of the press for disclosure of material, that is not something that I have ever been involved in, heard off, or would think would be a wise policy.”

But a few days later, news reports showed that Holder personally sought surveillance of a Fox News reporter under the grounds that he had possibly broken the law. Two judges rejected the requested, but a third approved the surveillance.

That statement prompted members of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to announce an investigation of Holder’s apparent denial of a personal role in the investigation.

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