Conway Brushes Off McCain Demand to Prove Wiretap Claim or Retract

Conway Brushes Off McCain Demand to Prove Wiretap Claim or Retract

"Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory".

During an interview in which she defended President Trump's allegation that former President Obama ordered the wiretapping of Trump Tower phones during the waning days of the 2016 presidential campaign, Conway suggested that microwave ovens could've even been part of the clandestine operation.

On Sunday, Senator John McCain told CNN that Mr. Trump now has just two choices- retract the allegations or present the evidence to the American people.

"I answered him about surveilling generally", Conway responded, reluctantly admitting she has "no evidence".

Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway was mocked on Twitter after claiming that President Donald Trump might have been spied on through hidden cameras in his microwaves.

So Conway said that microwaves can spy on us but then said she knows that's not true.

But Trump, rather than consulting or empowering the federal agencies under his control, has instead only called on Congress to investigate Obama over his claim.

Trump initially tweeted unsubstantiated claims that Barack Obama had illegally wiretapped Trump Tower before last fall's election.

In her interview on CNN, Conway insisted she was not alluding to wider surveillance of the Trump campaign, which no evidence, to date, has supported. I have no idea what article Conway was referencing but it's probable she's getting microwave ovens confused with microwave cameras, which, yes, can be used for surveillance purposes.

The request came in a letter to the White House by Republican Chairman Devin Nunes and Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff.

So, before you go to reheat that spaghetti or chicken tenders, make sure you're fully clothed and not doing anything illegal because the government is now spying on us through our household appliances. However, I'm not in the job of having evidence. However, James Clapper, who was the director of National Intelligence under the Obama presidency, has sharply rejected Trump's allegations.

McCain told CNN's State of the Union on Sunday: "The president has one of two choices, either retract or provide the information that the American people deserve".

McCain told CNN there are "a lot of aspects" of the relationship between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation that require more investigation.

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