Cornered Trump accuses Obama administration of spying on his campaign

Cornered Trump accuses Obama administration of spying on his campaign

On Thursday, May 17, Trump cited sources in a tweet to allege that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) under Obama spied on his campaign during the 2016 poll campaign and added that the revelation could be "bigger than Watergate", the scandal that had floored president Richard Nixon in the 1970s.

"I've written a couple of columns in the last week or so pointing out there's probably no doubt that they had at least one confidential informant in the campaign", McCarthy said.

Mr Trump appeared to be reacting to recent news reports there may have been a top-secret source inside the Trump campaign providing intelligence to the FBI as it began its investigation into Russia's interference in the election process. When pressed by Chris Cuomo, he said people had tld the Trump team about the spies "off the record - you don't know if they're right or not, they're people who knew a little about the investigation".

Kilmeade discussed the explosive report with former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy, who wrote in the National Review about August 2017 testimony to the Senate by Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson, which became public in January 2018.

"If so, this is bigger than Watergate!" he tweeted.

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Meanwhile, Assad said that many positive changes have taken place as the areas under the control of terrorists arena in Syria have become smaller.

"Congratulations America, we are now into the second year of the greatest Witch Hunt in American History...and there is still No Collusion and No Obstruction".

Mr Giuliani has been urging Mr Mueller's team to wrap up the investigation now that the probe has reached the one-year mark.

Chris Cuomo had Rudy Giuliani on New Day today, which became an epic 40 minute sparring match as they grilled each other over President Trump and the Russian Federation investigation.

"Mueller should now bring this to a close", said Giuliani.

Giuliani, who is working for the president pro bono, said Wednesday that the probe "is not good for the American people, and the special counsel's office doesn't seem to have that sort of understanding that they're interfering with things that are much bigger than them". "It's about time to say, 'Enough, we've tortured this president enough'".

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