New details revealed regarding wiretapping allegations

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After President Trump set off a firestorm allegation Saturday morning that former President Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower during the presidential campaign, Obama’s spokesman has put out a statement denying it.

But some some former Obama officials have now made statements indicating that it may not have been a complete denial that wiretapping existed – just that it was not ordered by Obama.

Obama’s right-hand aid and adviser, Valerie Jarrett, shared Lewis’ statement on the matter.

Jon Favreau, political commentator and former speechwriter for Barack Obama, has posted comments regarding the wiretapping allegations against Obama that has shed a new light on the matter.

Favreau tweeted out Saturday morning, claiming, “People, those Trump tweets weren’t an attempt to distract from the Russia story – those tweets ARE the Russia story.”

In response to people sharing the statement from Obama’s spokesman, Kevin Lewis, Favreau posted another comment, saying, “I’d be careful about reporting that Obama said there was no wiretapping. Statement just said that neither he nor the WH ordered it.”

He then suggested reading comments from Justin Hendrix.

Justin Hendrix shared a report by HeatStreet on November 7 which stated that a FISA warrant was granted in October, giving counter-intelligence permission to examine the activities of “U.S. persons” in Donald Trump’s campaign with ties to Russia.

Heatstreet had reported that a FISA warrant was first denied in June of 2016, but a second request was granted in October, claiming that “evidence was present of a server, possibly related to the Trump campaign, and its alleged links to two banks, SVB Bank and Russia’s Alfa Bank.”

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