President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of having Trump's telephones “wire tapped” during last year's election. Obama’s top intelligence official denied the allegation Sunday.
President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of having Trump's telephones “wire tapped” during last year's election. Obama’s top intelligence official denied the allegation Sunday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of having Trump's telephones “wire tapped” during last year's election. Obama’s top intelligence official denied the allegation Sunday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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