Speaker Paul Ryan Confirms Obama Administration Wiretapped Trump Towers – VIDEO

Last night Speaker Paul Ryan joined Brett Baier on Special Report. On the show, Speaker Paul Ryan confirms Obama administration wiretapped Trump Towers.

Here is the exchange between Ryan and Baier:

Brett Baier: There’s a report that June 2016 there’s a FISA request b the Obama administration from a communications court to monitor communications to monitor Donald Trump and several campaign officials. They get turned down. Then in October they renew it. And they do start a wiretap at Trump Tower with some computer and Russian banks and it doesn’t show up anything. Have you heard that?

Paul Ryan: Again as I said none of us in Congress or anybody I know in Congress has been presented with evidence to the contrary to what you just said.

Brett Baier: So you believe it to be true.

Speaker Ryan: We have seen no evidence that anyone in this campaign or no American was in on it with the Russians to meddle with your elections.

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Obama Administration Wiretapped Trump Towers

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