Second, even if she is telling the truth, she's not an authorized spokesperson for the program. So she had absolutely no business discussing it from a professional standpoint.
Third, even if she had been a spokesperson, she still wouldn't have been authorized to give an interview that would put the program in a negative light.
Once you get past the knee-jerk reactions and your clearly partisan understanding of the events, I hope you can examine this from a professional standpoint. It would help you a lot.