From alternative facts and fake news to Russia and wiretap claims.
Even after FBI Director James Comey said there's no evidence President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, the White House is sticking to its story.
President Trump made extraordinary claims about Obama wiretapping Trump Tower. If wiretapping did take place, it says more about Trump and his associates.
The network couldn't verify the judicial commentator's claims of a British conspiracy to spy on Trump.
In March, President Donald Trump accused President Barack Obama of wiretapping him. At the time, I wrote that in the unlikely event that Obama were to file a defamation claim against his successor, the former might have a case. Now comes the potential for another defamation claim—this time by former FBI Director James Comey. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump’s own intelligence chief knocked down his accusations that his predecessor ordered an illegal wiretap against him during the election campaign. Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, testified Wednesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, where he urged...
I haven't checked in on Donald Trump's job approval rating for quite a while. Let's do that: Trump's job approval rating dropped throughout March, thanks to his "wiretapping" claim and the failure of Trumpcare 1.0. He recovered in April,...Show More Summary
In the fallout over the firing of former FBI Director James Comey, allegations of President Donald Trump conducting his own wiretaps have stirred — and new information suggests that Trump may have a history of doing just that. According to ex-Trump employees who spoke to the Wall Street...
On Tuesday's New Day on CNN, during a discussion of President Donald Trump ending his interview with John Dickerson when the CBS host started pressing him about his claims that President Barack Obama had ordered wiretapping against him,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump didnt take too kindly with a reporter pushing the issue about his Obama wiretapping claims. youtube
"I think our side's been proven very strongly"
When President Donald Trump told CBS News’ John Dickerson “I don’t stand by anything,” he was saying he stands by his claim President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the election, the White House translated Monday. Once again, it fell to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to try to make sense of Trump’s chaos. Show More Summary
Pressed on his anti-Obama wiretap conspiracy theory, Donald Trump was reduced to saying, "I don't stand by anything." No one knows what that means.
Donald Trump is still convinced that former president Barack Obama ordered wiretapping of Trump Tower last year, despite a congressional investigation and multiple intelligence agencies stating unequivocally there is no evidence of his claim. But that didn’t stop our Cheeto-in-Chief from reviving this old, tired… Read more...
President Trump’s thoughts about his Obama wiretapping accusations are for him to know and no one else to find out.
Today in an interview on CBS' This Morning, our totally unhinged so-called president brought up his bogus disproven claims that the President Obama "wiretapped" him, insisted the bogus claims were actually "proven very strongly," then...Show More Summary
In an interview aired on CBS’s Face the Nation, host John Dickerson backed Donald Trump into a literal corner over his baseless claim that Barack Obama wiretapped him at the Trump Tower. After Trump seemed to realized he would have to produce some hard facts, he cut the interview short and motioned for Dickerson to… Read more...
U mad, Donald Trump?? The Commander-in-Chief cut an interview short after being asked about his views on claims Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower… after being the one to bring it up himself! The clip of his talk with CBS's John Dickerson aired Monday, and it showed the 70-year-old getting visibly upset with some of the questions about [...]
VIDEO: Trump Loses It on Reporter for Asking About His Obama Wiretapping Claims.
Glenn Thrush, New York Times: President Trump cut short an interview with the host of Face the Nation on CBS after being asked about his unsubstantiated claim that President Barack Obama wiretapped his campaign, saying he was entitled...Show More Summary