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Iraq's prime minister pokes fun at Trump over wiretapping claims during trip to White House

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi appeared to poke fun at President Donald Trump during a visit to the White House on Monday, joking that he had "nothing to do with the wiretap." In front of reporters in the Oval Office, Trump declined to respond to questions about wiretapping, according to a pool report. Trump had previously accused the Obama administration of tapping phones in Trump Tower ahead of the election.
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