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White House press secretary Sean Spicer said on Tuesday that President Donald Trump was "extremely confident" the Department of Justice would find evidence that the Obama administration wiretapped him before the election.
Spicer made the comment during Tuesday's press briefing when he was asked whether Trump was confident that any evidence would surface to support Trump's unsubstantiated claims of surveillance.
Spicer claimed that Trump had accused Obama of generally surveilling him, rather than of specifically wiretapping Trump's phones. Spicer argued that since Trump had put quotation marks around "wire tapping" in two of his four tweets, he was indicating the term should not be taken literally.
"I think there's no question that the Obama administration, that there were actions about surveillance and other activities that occurred in the 2016 election," Spicer said. "That is a widely reported activity that occurred back then."
On Monday, the Justice Department said it had asked for more time to respond to a request from members of the House Intelligence Committee to provide any evidence of the Obama administration's wiretapping of Trump.
originally posted by: allsee4eye
No presidential candidate has ever boarded Air Force One until Obama had Hillary do that in the 2016 election. I believe something is definitely there. All they have to do is look.
Is it really that hard to believe that there was a wire tap?
Actually, they do need signatures.
Like Ron Paul was saying in another thread, they don't need any fancy paperwork or signatures and they've pretty much got one on all of us.