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Spicer: Former campaign chairman had 'very limited role'

21 March 2017, 12:54 | Taylor George

The White House on Monday refused to back off Donald Trump's extraordinary and unfounded claim that Barack Obama wiretapped the phones in Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign, despite the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation saying he had "no information" to support the claim.

Spicer, pressed on a number of Trump associates' connections to Russian operatives, claimed Manafort played a "limited role (in the campaign) for a very limited amount of time".

Trump's top aides would rather obscure that fact, especially considering the President's past comments about the sport and the White House. On Monday, FBI Director James Comey told the House Intelligence Committee that he has seen nothing to back up Trump.

Listen - I don't care about golf.

Still, Mr. Spicer stressed that the hearing earlier Monday, where Mr. Comey testified before the House Intelligence Committee was "one in a series of hearings". "But we are on the first chapter of this process", Spicer said.

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Manafort is one of several Trump aides whose ties to Russian Federation have come under scrutiny amid an ongoing FBI counterespionage investigation into contacts between the campaign and Russian Federation. Those leaks, the administration says, are the real problem. Last week, he quoted from a Fox News report that suggested the Obama administration had asked the United Kingdom to conduct surveillance on Trump.

"I think there are a lot of areas that need to be covered", said Mr. Spicer. What were the motives behind that?

Those questions don't have anything to do with whether Trump was correct in tweeting that Obama ordered Trump to be wiretapped during the campaign.

Businessmen nationwide know that a game of golf with clients and fellow businessmen can achieve some things for their work life, but it's hard to sell to the Average Joe that President Trump is spending his time driving a golf cart in a polo and khaki's for their own good. There is no evidence, according to the people, that have been briefed, of any collusion or activity that leads them to believe that that exists.

"It's unbelievable how many times the mainstream media continues to bring up the story that has been debunked by every single intelligence official and member of Congress who has been briefed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation".



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