Judge Andrew Napolitano took to “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning to discuss the accusations that former President Obama demanded wiretaps on phones in Trump Tower during the presidential campaign.
Earlier this week, the House Intelligence Committee requested the Justice Department to garner more evidence about President Trump’s claims by Mar. 20, despite the department’s pleas for more time. However, Judge Napolitano believes that even if the accusations are true, it may be impossible to prove.
According to Napolitano, Obama’s possible order to spy on Trump could have been done in a way that would have left no notable “fingerprints” when backtracked. He suggests this could be accomplished by utilizing a foreign agency.
“Three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command,” Napolitano said. “He didn’t use the NSA, he didn’t use the CIA, he didn’t use the FBI, and he didn’t use the Department of Justice.”
Napolitano goes on to suggest that the culprit behind the wiretapping would be GCHQ, a British intelligence and security organization that Obama could grant 24-7 access to U.S. agency databases like the NSA. “There’s no American fingerprints on this,” Napolitano said. “What happened to the guy who ordered this? Resigned three days after Donald Trump was inaugurated.”
Watch the interview below:
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