Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Court of Public Opinion Finds Obama Guilty: Trump claims he's been vindicated after intel committee chair says the Obama admin WAS eavesdropping

No matter what politicians may say from this point forward, there's enough information that has been reported on by the mainstream media and what has been revealed by the House committee chairman to conclude the Obama White House had indeed  put surveillance on the Trump campaign. 
Democrats may gripe all they want.  The truth is out In the open.
Daily Mail reports the U.S. Intelligence Community collected 'incidental' information about President Donald Trump' and his transition team during the three months following the 2016 election, House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes today revealed. 

Nunes told reporters on Capitol Hill that the information collected was 'legally collected' pursuant to a warrant issued by a FISA judge in a federal court, and concerned 'foreign' surveillance - before he went to the White House to tell the president.

He said 'it's possible' that the now-president's personal communications were among those which were part of the 'incidental' collection - but did not say definitively if that was the case. 
But that 'did not involve Russia or any discussions with Russians,' Nunes said, adding that he was 'alarmed' to learn what he did.

Trump has insisted in recent weeks that his predecessor, Barack Obama, 'wire tapped' him inside Trump Tower last year, promising that new information would be forthcoming. 

Nunes said Wednesday that he still had not seen any evidence to support Trump's claim.
Nevertheless, the president told White House reporters that he feels 'somewhat' vindicated after hearing what Nunes had to say this afternoon.

'I very much appreciated the fact that they found what they found. I somewhat do,' he said shortly after a meeting with the California congressman.

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