Trump now accuses Democrats of spy campaign on his New York apartment

Trump now accuses Democrats of spy campaign on his New York apartment

Former President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Democrats were spying on his White House and his New York City apartment as part of a post-election 2016 spy campaign to undermine the 2020 vote.

His wild accusations follow a lawsuit that has been used by Trump allies as evidence that his opponents were spying on Internet traffic to gather dirt during the 2016 campaign.

This comes from the John Durham Special Council’s investigation into the origins of the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.

But tech experts say the internet data in question is of little value except in highly specialized circumstances.

That hasn’t stopped Trump from demanding justification for his claims, made in 2017, that Barack Obama was spying on him.

“Most of the exposed Democrat spying campaign infiltrating the White House and my apartment in New York was carried out after the 2016 election as another way to undermine the upcoming 2020 election,” he said in one of two emailed statements. . posted Wednesday night after Hillary Clinton dismissed the question on twitter.

“This espionage in the Oval Office went on for a long period of time and further served to undermine and discredit the 2020 election, along with massive ballot collecting, bogus voters and many other things that made the election bogus.

“The voting numbers were large and decisive.”

Former President Donald Trump released a statement on Wednesday accusing Democrats of running a SPY campaign against his New York apartment.

Former President Donald Trump released a statement on Wednesday accusing Democrats of running a SPY campaign against his New York apartment.

Trump demanded that

Trump demanded that

The new excitement comes from a filing filed by Durham on Friday that the Democratic lawyer was working to create a story about Trump collusion with Russia based on information gleaned from internet data at the Trump Tower apartment and the White House.

However, fact-checkers point out that the data collected at the White House dates back to the Obama era and was used to investigate malware.

The complexity of such “DNS lookup” data and the fact that the new filing contained no new allegations meant that most news outlets were oblivious to it.

Conservative media and Trump were outraged, accusing journalists of hiding information.

In his second statement, the former president asked the question: “Why don’t the media ask who gave orders to the “plumbers” of the dishonest Hillary Clinton?

“In the case of Watergate, the cover-up turned out to be a much bigger crime.

“In the case of Hillarygate, hiding the media is almost as big a crime as the act of treasonable espionage itself. It shows the world why our media is really the enemy of the people.”

For her part, Clinton responded on Wednesday to allegations that she hired people to spy on Trump, calling them a “fake scandal.”

“Trump and Fox are desperately spinning a fake scandal to divert attention from the real ones. So this is the day that ends with Y,” the former presidential candidate tweeted alongside the Vanity Fair article.

“The more his misdeeds are exposed, the more they lie,” Clinton added. “For those who are interested in reality, here is a good debunking of their latest nonsense.”

She contacted a Vanity Fair column filed under the heading “conspiracy theories”: “You’ll never believe Hillary Clinton didn’t actually spy on the Trump White House.”

The article was written by the magazine’s political correspondent, Bess Levin, and is subtitled: “In terms of less breaking news, Donald Trump remains a jerk.”

Levine writes that the results do not prove that Clinton was spying on Trump, but instead that cybersecurity researchers hired by Clinton were indeed investigating malware in the White House.

“Trump and company got the whole thing ridiculous and horribly wrong,” Levin wrote.

“But fear not: we are confident that they will issue a lengthy correction and a sincere apology to the people whose reputation they questioned — and those whom Trump proposed to execute — as soon as possible,” she ended the article sarcastically.

The White House is still postponing any questions regarding the latest findings to the Justice Department after it emerged that Clinton paid to try to find a connection between Trump and Russia.

“I would direct you – any questions about this – to the Justice Department,” President Joe Biden’s press secretary Jan Psaki said during her briefing on Wednesday.

Hillary Clinton finally addressed the latest revelations Wednesday that she hired a firm to spy on Donald Trump, calling the allegations a

Hillary Clinton finally addressed the latest revelations Wednesday that she hired a firm to spy on Donald Trump, calling the allegations a “fake scandal.”

Clinton declined to answer Tuesday's questions about the Durham report.  At around 3:40 p.m., she brushed off questions from a  reporter as she left a restaurant in Queens with her daughter Chelsea.

Clinton declined to answer Tuesday’s questions about the Durham report. At around 3:40 p.m., she brushed off questions from a reporter as she left a restaurant in Queens with her daughter Chelsea.

Asked whether “internet traffic monitoring” could be defined as espionage, as detailed in Special Counsel John Durham’s report, Psaki reiterated her instruction to reporters to contact the Justice Department with questions.

Clinton linked to a Vanity Fair article by Bess Levine (pictured) that claimed the Republicans and the media were wrong and Clinton was not spying on Trump.

Clinton linked to a Vanity Fair article by Bess Levine (pictured) that claimed the Republicans and the media were wrong and Clinton was not spying on Trump.

Republicans are resuming their attacks on the Democrat-led Russian probe into Trump’s campaign ties following Durham’s announcement last week.

They argue that the latest high-profile news proves that the Democrats will do anything to win, including illegal actions, and demand that Representative Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler be investigated to hold them accountable for their “complacency” in spying on Clinton.

Durham’s report claimed that Clinton did pay to hack the Trump Tower and White House servers to create a fake scandal, despite the fact that her lawyer Michael Sussmann told federal officials that he was not hired by anyone in particular to look for connections.

Representative Pat Fallon told Newsmax on Wednesday: “This will put the final nail in the coffin of Clinton’s candidacy – once and for all.”

“We’re sure Hillary Clinton will take this lightly,” a Texas spokesman told a conservative news outlet. “This is a real problem. I think this will literally sink the Clinton political machine once and for all.”

Press Secretary Jen Psaki continues to refuse to comment on the latest revelations, directing journalists to the Justice Department on any matter related to the Durham report, though there are claims that Biden knew about the allegations while still vice president.

Press Secretary Jen Psaki continues to refuse to comment on the latest revelations, directing journalists to the Justice Department on any matter related to the Durham report, though there are claims that Biden knew about the allegations while still vice president.

Arizona Representative Andy Biggs on Wednesday sent out a statement saying: “Durham’s recent revelations show what we’ve known all along – Hillary Clinton and her Democratic friends have been actively spying on President Trump. No American should put up with the fact that a presidential candidate is engaged in criminal activities and set up a false scandal around his opponent in order to win the election.

“These accusations raise the question, what else will the Democrats do to win the election?” Biggs posed.

“Hillary Clinton and the corrupt individuals involved in this scheme must be held accountable. And the media must uphold their duty and responsibility to report the truth.”

Republicans blame the media, as well as Democrats, for not revealing the truth so far.

“For years, the media has been repeating the Democrats’ story of collusion with Russia. And now that we find out, week after week, it was a total lie,” Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott said Tuesday.

“The latest from the Durham report is that the Clinton campaign — the same group that fueled the fear of collusion with Russia — was actually spying on the President of the United States,” he added. “They were spying on the President of the United States! They spied and lied.

“We need accountability. We need accountability for the Clinton campaign, we need accountability for Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler because they were involved in this,” Scott said. “So the media needs to start doing their job, talking about exactly what is coming out and holding these people accountable. In addition, the Attorney General [Merrick] Garland – He needs to be there to make sure Durham has all the resources it needs for a thorough investigation.

Trump-era Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said this week that then-Vice President Joe Biden and then-President Barack Obama knew that the Clinton campaign in 2016 tried to hack into Trump’s servers to “fake” ties to the Kremlin.

He also said that Durham had “enough evidence” to charge “several people”.

Trump now accuses Democrats of spy campaign on his New York apartment Trump now accuses Democrats of spy campaign on his New York apartment

Florida Senator Rick Scott said Clinton should be held accountable along with Democratic Party representatives Jerry Nadler (left) and Adam Schiff (right) for “complicity”

Clinton allegedly approved in the 2016 election “a plan involving U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers obstructing U.S. elections to distract the public from its use of a private mail server,” according to the CIA’s counterintelligence operations chief (CIOL). revealed when a heavily edited version was declassified in October 2020.

The documents note that “On or about October 12, 2018, Law Firm-1 released a statement to several media outlets in which the firm stated, in part: “When Sussmann met with [the FBI General Counsel] on behalf of the client, it was not related to representing the Hillary Clinton Campaign firm, the DNC, or any political right group client.”

It also states that “the then Managing Partner of Law Firm 1 wrote a letter to the editor of a major newspaper in which he stated, in part, that “Mr. Sussman’s meeting with FBI General Counsel James Baker took place on behalf of a client with no connection to the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee, or any other client of the Political Right Group.

The Durham documents now show that the Clinton campaign did hire Suessman and that he lied to federal officials. He pleaded not guilty.

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