President Donald Trump angrily charged last weekend that former President Barack Obama had ordered the tapping of his telephones, without providing any proof. Trump is not the only American for whom the government’s eavesdropping authorities are worrisome.
President Donald Trump angrily charged last weekend that former President Barack Obama had ordered the tapping of his telephones, without providing any proof. Trump is not the only American for whom the government’s eavesdropping authorities are worrisome. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP
President Donald Trump angrily charged last weekend that former President Barack Obama had ordered the tapping of his telephones, without providing any proof. Trump is not the only American for whom the government’s eavesdropping authorities are worrisome. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP

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