CNN Made to Report Trump’s ‘Wiretap’ Accusations May Have Been True

It has been reported that Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was indeed wiretapped during the presidential campaign trail and after the election.

Now CNN — who were very critical of President Trump for the allegations — may have to admit Donald was right that the Obama administration did in fact wiretap Trump Tower.

“Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” Trump tweeted on March 4 of this year.

Since there was no evidence of the issue, CNN severely criticized Trump for publishing the tweet.

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Clearly, Trump made that statement on some withstanding knowledge.

‘After it emerged that US investigators were wiretapping Manafort under a secret court order both before and after the election, CNN was forced to concede that Trump’s original claim may have been correct,’ reports InfoWars.

CNN’s Pamela Brown said last night, “What is possible, Don, is that [Trump] was picked up on the Manafort surveillance and we should note that Manafort does have a residence in Trump Tower.”

InfoWars claims that, ‘in making this admission, CNN is merely replicating what the New York Times reported back on January 20, that Paul Manafort and anyone else potentially residing in Trump Tower was “wiretapped” by the Obama-controlled federal government.’

Here is what Wikileaks founder Julian Assange had to say about it:

 

 

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