Monday, March 6, 2017

Committee In Congress Will Investigate The Potential Eavesdrop On Trump

President Donald Trump continues to draw his accusations firearms to his predecessor, Barack Obama since on Sunday asked Congress to investigate the potential wiretapped telephone operations ordered by the former president before the eighth of November elections.

Hours later, the head of the Intelligence Committee in the US House of Representatives announced Sunday that the Commission will seek to "find out whether the government has control of activities affected the team officials or representatives of any campaign of the political parties."

The request Trump, who is spending the weekend in Florida, the day after its launch accusations on Twitter that Barack Obama eavesdrop on phone calls, which was denied by a spokesman for the former Democratic president, describing the accusations as "false."

Despite the lack of evidence, the accusations raised serious doubts about the center of the American political class.

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He said White House spokesman Sean Spicer said in a statement to the unspecified reports of "investigations may be politicized by direct elections in 2016", describing it as "very disturbing."

He added that "President Donald Trump asked the Intelligence Committee in the Congress and in the framework of investigations in the Russian activities, to exercise its powers to determine whether the executive used its powers to investigate in 2016".

The words sounded in the statement weighted and drafting very cautious, unlike the fireworks tweets published by Trump.

Trump Saturday and detonated a bomb after a political wrote in a series of Tweets morning "is horrible! Just learned that President Obama eavesdrops on telephone my lines in the Trump Tower Fawzi ahead."

And semi-it political espionage scandal "Watergate" that prompted then-President Richard Nixon to resign in 1974, accusing Obama as a "bad guy (or patient)."

It seems that those tweets were based on assertions without evidence published by the site "Britbart" far-right, which was headed by the strategic adviser to Trump, Steve Bannon.

But a spokesman for Obama, Kevin Lewis, said in a statement Saturday: "President Obama or the White House did not order to eavesdrop on any American citizen."

For his part, head of the US intelligence community in the era of Obama, James Clapper confirmed to the channel "NBC" that he "did not execute any eavesdropping operation" by the agencies that had been under his command against Trump, either before or after the elections.

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And by asking Congress to expand his investigation, the Trump himself is the process of connecting with the Russian activities that shaded his tenure since taking power.

And check three committees, at least from the Senate and Parliament about Russia's intervention during the presidential election campaign in order to tip the Trump in the face of his rival Hillary Clinton.

The Obama administration has accused Russia of being behind the piracy e-mail messages to people close to Clinton imposed sanctions on Moscow in late December / December.

In addition, the multiple contacts between people close to Trump and officials Ross, during the campaign and in the weeks that followed the victory of the billionaire, has fueled suspicions in the possibility of getting involved.

And forced Michael Flynn chosen by Trump to the post of national security adviser to resign on February 13 on charges of holding contacts with the Russian ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak.

Last week, Justice Minister Jeff Sessions was forced to clarify conduct such dialogue contacts with Ambassador himself.

Clapper stressed that when he was in office, "we did not have any evidence of the involvement of" between those close to Trump and Russia.

For the democratic opposition, the accusations Trump Obama has only one goal is to divert attention from the Russian files that give rise to a major political controversy since the Republican president's inauguration on January 20.

The senator said Minnesota Democrat Al Franken to the channel "ABC" on Sunday: "I think that it's not only a variation. Divert attention from the very, very serious interference of a foreign power in our democracy."

The leader of the Democrats in the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi Vaattabrt on the channel "CNN" that "the political, financial or personal ties to Donald Trump with Russia, is the fact that we want to know."

The new controversy after Trump received wide acceptance among the political class and the press after his speech "very presidential," last Tuesday before Congress.

It can next week be too busy to argue with the possibility of signing a new Trump on Monday an executive order on immigration which prevents the citizens of Muslim countries from entering the United States.

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