Now that President Vladimir TrumPutin is under the gun for his fraudulent claims that former president Obama tapped his phones at Trump Tower, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is spicing up the facts.
Spicer offered no indication Monday that Trump was forgoing payment, despite Trump's disinterest in receiving compensation which spans back at least 18 months. "In all seriousness", Spicer continued, "he made a pledge to the American people, he wants to donate it to charity and he'd love your help to determine where it should go".
"I'm not going to take the salary", Trump, then the president-elect, said during a November interview on CBS' "60 Minutes".
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway also addressed the wiretapping claims in an interview Sunday with the Bergen County Record, suggesting that other covert surveillance methods used by the Central Intelligence Agency - as revealed by Wikileaks last week - could have been used in Trump Tower by the Obama administration. "Nothing found. This is McCarthyism", he wrote.
Wiretapping a US citizen would require special permission from a court, and Trump as president would have the ability to declassify that information.
"He doesn't really think that President Obama went up and tapped his phone personally", Spicer told reporters in response to a question concerning the claims from NBC's Peter Alexander.
"If he's not joking, of course!"
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Finally, Alexander pressed for a yes or no answer: "Can you say affirmatively that whenever the president says something, we can trust it to be real?" "This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!"
"It's one thing to have a Twitter egg tell say you do not belong in America, it is quite another to have the Press Secretary of the United States of America do so".
Ms Chauhan, who is the daughter of immigrants, acknowledged that she was "impolite" in her comments to the Trump aide.
"How does it feel to work for a fascist?" asked Shree while broadcasting the exchange via Periscope. And again, later: "I think there's a preponderance of reports that come out about surveillance and actions that occurred during the 2016 election".
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"A cardinal rule of the Obama Administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice", Obama spokesman Kevin Lewis said in a statement.