Spicer: 'Big difference' between WikiLeaks publishing Podesta emails and classified Central Intelligence Agency files

Mar 10, 2017, 00:32
Spicer: 'Big difference' between WikiLeaks publishing Podesta emails and classified Central Intelligence Agency files

During his presentation at the White House, Trump said "nearly half of all private sector workers are employed by small businesses", and "community banks are the backbone of small business in America".

"James Rosen had his phone, multiple phones tapped", Spicer said at the daily press briefing. Spicer added that the question is the reason why Trump has asked Congress, specifically the House and Senate intelligence committees, to include the issue in its investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 campaign.

Until Wednesday, Mr Spicer had steadfastly declined to discuss Mr Trump's assertion that former president Barack Obama ordered wiretap surveillance of Trump Tower - an act that Mr Trump condemned as a scandal comparable in scale to McCarthyism or Watergate.

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The White House on Thursday said "outdated" technology at the Central Intelligence Agency is, at least in part, what allowed the theft of classified documents about the agency's sophisticated digital hacking and electronic eavesdropping abilities. He insisted he was not disavowing the President, who posted his tweets early last Saturday morning.

"Playing with our nation's national security is not something that should be taken lightly by this administration", Spicer said. "The other is an investigation". "There's no reason to believe that he is the target of any investigation". Utah's congressional leaders and local immigrant groups react to Trump's new travel ban. Trump cited no evidence.

I'm still waiting on Trump news today but that's not going to stop me from posting about our President.