NY Times Confirmed Months Ago That ‘Wiretapped Communications’ Of Trump Campaign Existed

The New York Times is desperately trying to back-track, after the reported the truth, in which they stated back in January that “wiretapped communications” were being used to gather information on President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Check out their original story, which confirmed what Trump is now alleging:

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Trump is now accusing the Obama administration of wiretapping Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign in order to gather evidence about an unsubstantiated claim that Russia was working with the Trump campaign to beat Hillary Clinton.

Now, the mainstream media is trying to paint Trump as a crazy person for ever even raising the question of wiretapping. But, it looks like the New York Times has known that this has been going on for quite some time.


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