We all have heard Trump claim he was being spied on and we ignored it all considering it a rather paranoid rant. However, recent legal filings by Special Counsel John Durham has revealed that Trump’s rally was indeed spied on!
The special counsel alleges that Hilary Clinton’s 2016 campaign had engaged tech companies to access internet traffics connected to the White House and Trump Tower to help create the famous “Russian Collusion” Narrative.
How did the socking finding surface?
Special Counsel, namely, John Durham continues to probe into the Trump-Russia “collusion” story which has engraved shocking information regarding the 2016 Clinton Campaign. The new court filings on Friday has revealed that Hillary’s Campaign efforts to compile dirt on Donald Trump broke into the protected communications of the White House.
These new filings are related to Durham’s September accusation of Michael Sussmann, a lawyer representing Clinton’s campaign.
He has been accused of lying to the FBI at a September 2016 meeting where he presented documented proofs of internet communication between Trump’s Organization and Russia-based Alfa Bank.
He claimed to have reported these findings as a good citizen, omitting to disclose his engagement in Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
What does Clinton have to say about it?
Hillary Clinton has addressed the allegations, with a rather humorous attitude, and mocked the claims the former President has made.
“Trump and Fox are desperately spinning up a fake scandal to distract from his real ones,” Ms Clinton tweeted. “So it’s a day that ends in Y. The more his misdeeds are exposed, the more they lie.”
Who should you believe Clinton or Trump?
While none of the parties has been proven guilty of spying or lying, the allegations are rather severe against Clinton. On one hand, we have startling proof of the surveillance, on the other, we have no evidence that Clinton’s campaign paid for the same.
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