Milbank: It's Trump's truth, and he really wants you to believe it - The Columbian

Dana Milbank is a columnist for The Washington Post Writers Group. Email: danamilbank@washpost.com. President Trump has no evidence for his incendiary claim that Barack Obama ordered wiretaps on Trump Tower, and denials have come not just from ...

A reporter asked President Trump repeatedly for evidence of wiretapping. He didn't answer. - Washington Post

President Trump tweeted almost a week ago that he “just found out” that former president Barack Obama wiretapped him during the 2016 election. Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing ...

Trump keeps press at arm's length after wiretapping furor - The Hill

President Trump has kept his distance from the press since accusing former President Obama, without evidence, of wiretapping Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign. Trump has left it to Vice President Pence and his top aides to answer questions about the ...

Every explanation offered by the White House for Trump's wiretapping allegations - VICE News

President Trump's stunning tweets saying he'd just learned Barack Obama wiretapped his Trump Tower office before the election went out on Saturday. The Trump administration has had a lot of explaining to do since then. “How low has President Obama ...

Sheldon Whitehouse, Lindsey Graham want subpoenas to investigate President Trump's wiretapping claims - Salon

"All I can say is that the country needs an answer to this," said Sen. Graham. Matthew Rozsa Skip to Comments. Topics: Donald Trump, Lindsey Graham, obama wiretapping, Sheldon Whitehouse, Wiretapping, Politics News, Video News, News · Sheldon ...

Trump needs spokesman that speaks (well) for him and his tweets - Toronto Sun

Rather than focusing on important issues facing the country, official Washington has devolved into an embarrassing match of Democrats-said-President-Trump-said, in a daily war of words and tweets. Allegations of Russia rigging the US election and ...

President paranoid: What Trump's obsession with conspiracy could do to the White House - The Globe and Mail

U.S. presidents don't have to be paranoid to be concerned about a permanent bureaucracy out to selfishly preserve its privileges and resist orders when a new administration takes over. But every now and then, paranoia gets the better of vindictive and ...

The Nuclear Option: Obama's Chickens Come Home with Trump Wiretap Scandal - Breitbart News

Once again bypassing the hopelessly jaundiced media, President Trump announced that he just learned that his predecessor in the White House bugged Trump Tower during the last election. “This is McCarthyism!” he declared, in 140 characters or less.

Republican senator to call Trump's bluff on Obama wiretapping accusation - ThinkProgress

Sen. Lindsey Graham says he'll subpoena information from the FBI and DOJ if he has to. CREDIT: CNN screengrab. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) plans to call President Trump's bluff regarding the baseless allegation he made Saturday morning about ...

Senators Ask President Trump to Give Evidence of His Obama Wiretap Claim - TIME

WASHINGTON — The leaders of a congressional inquiry into Russia's efforts to sway the U.S. election called on the Justice Department Wednesday to produce any evidence that supports President Donald Trump's explosive wiretapping allegation. Declaring ...

Graham ready to subpoena for Trump wiretap information - CNN

Washington (CNN) Sen. Lindsey Graham said Wednesday he is ready to subpoena the intelligence agencies for evidence that would prove President Donald Trump's claims that he was wiretapped last year by then-President Barack Obama. Asked by CNN if ...

Senators seek evidence to support Trump's wiretapping claim - The Times of Israel

Sen. Patrick Leahy (L) (D-VT) confers with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) (R-SC) before the start of a hearing held by the Senate State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Subcommittee March 7, 2017, in Washington, DC. (Win McNamee/Getty Images/AFP) ...

Top lawmakers ask Justice Department, FBI for any Trump wiretapping warrant applications - Washington Post

Two leading members of the Senate Judiciary Committee are asking the FBI and the Justice Department to hand over any warrant applications related to possible wiretaps of Donald Trump and his team after the president accused his predecessor of illegally ...

Obama said to be 'livid' over Trump wiretapping claim - Yahoo News

Obama greets Trump at Trump's presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., in January. (Carlos Barria/Reuters). More. President Trump's recent Twitter attacks against former President Barack Obama, including his evidence-free claim that Obama tapped ...

Sean Spicer Tries To Defend Donald Trump's 'Obama Wiretap' Claims, Fails Again - Huffington Post UK

Sean Spicer, the man still showing the residual effects of a former incarnation as a deer basking in headlights, was left foundering once again during yet another painful-to-watch press briefing. Having already used two stacks of paper to try and make ...

Donald Trump's self-defeating Obama obsession - Financial Times

You have to sympathise with America's 44th president. As post-presidencies go, Barack Obama's would have been among the best — still young, massively in demand and happily married to someone with no plans to run for high office. Instead, he has been ...

Barack Obama livid over Donald Trump accusation he tapped Trump Tower - International Business Times UK

Obama believes that Trump was questioning both his integrity and the office of the president. Graham Lanktree. By Graham Lanktree. Updated March 8, 2017 14:15 GMT. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: ...

Robert B. Reich: Three possible reasons for Trump's latest rant - Baltimore Sun

Robert Reich: Republicans must stand up and call Mr. Trump's behavior what it is, dangerous demagoguery. Early Saturday morning, Donald Trump alleged in a series of tweets that former President Barack Obama orchestrated a "Nixon/Watergate" plot to tap ...

[Other View] Trump's tweets go too far again - The Korea Herald

President Trump either needs to sleep in, or throw his Twitter account out one of the gilded windows in his Florida estate. If he doesn't, it's America that will be tossing and turning. The president unleashed a flurry of tweets early Saturday morning ...

Obama is reportedly 'furious' over Trump's unsubstantiated wiretapping allegations - Business Insider

Former President Barack Obama is said to be "furious" about President Donald Trump's unproven claim that Obama ordered a surveillance operation on phones at Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign. People close to Obama told The Wall Street Journal ...