Meadows: New Evidence Obama Directed FBI Spying On Trump

RALEIGH – North Carolina congressman and Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus Mark Meadows reportedly spoke with Raleigh talk show host Patrick Johnson on WPTF about new evidence suggesting President Barack Obama was involved in the FBI’s spying on then-candidate for president Donald Trump.

The Daily Haymaker secured a recording of the interview with excerpts below.

“[…] We believe, that contrary to his public statement, that not only was President Obama aware but certainly his chief-of-staff Dennis McDonough had a briefing on August the 12th of 2016 and then there was another briefing in September.

The messages — the text messages I’ve had the privilege of reviewing and some of the other correlating information would strongly suggest there was not only information given to The White House, but indeed they were involved in directing some of the actions of the Department of Justice and FBI in the fall of 2016.

That’s troubling when you see one president allowing their DOJ to get involved in a political campaign.[…]”

Troubling indeed.

Click here to listen to Meadows’s full answer regarding Obama spying on Trump here.

 

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