© Reuters. House intelligence panel chairman says no wiretapping at Trump Tower
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee strongly denied on Monday that there had been a wiretapping at President Donald Trump’s Trump Tower in New York, but said another might have been used. surveillance against Trump.
“Let me be clear: We know there was no wiretapping at Trump Tower. However, other surveillance activities may still have been used against President Trump and his associates,” said Republican Rep. Devin Nunes in his statement from Opening at a hearing on turnout in the 2016 US presidential election.
Nunes said that “numerous” current and former US officials had leaked potentially classified information and that his committee intended to identify them and bring them to justice.
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