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Thread: The Trump administration's international incidents

  1. #11
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    Mar 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    I'll just start with the most recent one I know of -- citing a spurious accusation about England spying on Trump at Obama's behest, to keep Obama's fingerprints off of it -- all in an effort to cover up for Trump's unfounded accusations about Obama.

    White House: No apology to British government over spying claims -

    Maybe I'll go back later and get the ones about Australia and Sweden and whoever else. We're not even two months into this presidency and I've already lost track of the number of incidents.

    As Americans grouch about the bungled launch of Barack Obama’s most important domestic reform, the rest of the world is furious to learn that his National Security Agency (NSA) has tapped the phones of America’s allies such as Angela Merkel, the German chancellor

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    We choose both. Amelia's Avatar
    Jun 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by kmiller1610 View Post

    What does that have to do with Trump's accusation that Obama wiretapped him?

    Of course we do surveillance on foreign powers.

    Trump's accusation was something very different. Napolitano's accusation was something very different.

    Nefarious ... and yes, all signs point to it being spurious.

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