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Justice Department Shuts Down Trump's Claims Of FBI Spying On His 2016 Campaign

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Justice Department Shuts Down Trump's Claims Of FBI Spying On His 2016 Campaign

Justice Department Shuts Down Trump's Claims Of FBI Spying On His 2016 Campaign

The Justice Department’s inspector general shut down one of President Donald Trump’s claims. The inspector found no evidence supporting Trump’s claim that the FBI spied on his 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump said they were spying on him while investigation if his campaign conspired with the Russian government.

According to Business Insider, Trump accused former President Barack Obama of tapping his phones.

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