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    Trump insists on being accused of spying on his calls Obama

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    Post by Rocky Fri 17 Mar 2017, 3:15 am

    Trump insists on being accused of spying on his calls Obama



    In the world  March 16, 2017 Comments on Trump insists on being accused of spying on his calls Obama closed  27 visit

    US President Donald Trump insisted on his accusations that the former president Barack Obama eavesdrop on his phone at his headquarters Petramb Tower last year before the presidential election.
    Trump told Fox News that "the eavesdropping includes a lot of things," and hinted that more may be seen in the coming weeks.
    Obama denied the accusation by former intelligence officials and a number of members of Congress said they did not see evidence of it.
    The last of the allegations questioning the Republican senator who chairs the Intelligence Committee in Congress, and Devin Nunes said he did not believe "there is any on the Trump Tower."
    Earlier this month, Trump said in a tweet that Obama eavesdrop on his phone during the election campaign.
    In a series of tweets, Trump accused Obama of saying, "Is it legal to listening Prime judge their candidate in the presidential race?".
    Trump said on Fox News that "the interview eavesdropping includes many measures. I think you will find a lot of interesting, which will become clearer in the next couple of weeks things. "
    In spite of repeated requests from journalists, the White House did not provide any evidence to support the allegations of the President.
    He said Sean Spicer, spokesman for the White House said Trump "used the word in his speech to eavesdrop mean in general surveillance and other activities."
    Spicer said that Trump does not accuse Obama personally.
    Obama has asked Congress to discuss the allegations under investigation for alleged Russian intervention in elections last year.
    He asked Sen. Lindsey Graham, who heads the investigations Judiciary Committee in Congress over allegations of ties between Trump and Russia, of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to give more details about the achieved in the matter.
    Graham said he would use a court order to compel James Comey Director of sufficient NBA to provide details on Russia achieved and whether there was any evidence of eavesdropping on Trump.
    There is no evidence on the allegations of eavesdropping on Trump, in accordance with both:
    Former President Barack Obama
    FBI Director James Comey
    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper
    Former director of the US Central Intelligence Agency (ICI BAA) John Brennan
    Republican senator who chairs the Intelligence Committee in Congress Devin Nunes
    Republican Senator John McCain, who chairs the Senate committee arms

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