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Trump said to stand by wiretap allegations Presidential Tweets
Mar 8, 2017 - Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio)

Washington — White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that President Donald Trump stood by his unprecedented Twitter posts accusing President Barack Obama of ordering wiretaps on his phones in Trump Tower.

During the same news conference, Spicer also said he had no information that would lead him to believe the president had lost faith in James Comey, the FBI director, despite reports that Comey had asked the Justice Department to reject Trump’s claim.

Spicer also not

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