On 4th March, a fine Saturday morning, Donald Trump tweeted that “he found out” that Barack Obama, Former President of United States had my “Wire Tapped” just before the victory in my Trump Tower and called Obama as a sick (bad) guy.
President Donald Trump admitted to his fellow staffs and administration that he didn’t know whether the claims were valid. The President didn’t cite any sources or evidence to backup his ground-shaking claims made on Twitter against the former president.
On Saturday afternoon, soon after the claims, an Obama’s Spokesperson issued statements that strongly denied any claims made by Trump. He said that, Obama or any of the White House Officials never interfered with Department of Justice. There is no credibility; Trump believes all sorts of unusual stuff with no connection to it with the reality. So based on his belief, the claims cannot be true.
The White House also won’t comment further on the allegations made by Trump. The Press Secretary, Sean Spicer proposed that the Congress should review the false allegations, and he said: “Neither the White House nor the President will comment further until such oversight is conducted.”
Kellyane Conway told that Trump might “have information and intelligence that the rest of us do not.” But it doesn’t seem likely, and it just seems a wild-eyed conspiracy against the former president.
Another White House official said, “Even if it turns out not to be true that they surveilled Trump Tower, he will have an excellent point to make about the level of sabotage coming from Obama holdovers.”
Despite Trump’s personal uncertainty, he treated the claims on a social platform as if they were certainly true.