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Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Mark Levin on Trump wiretapping claims: 'We're talking about police state tactics'

Radio host Mark Levin stood by President Trump's claim Monday that President Obama tapped his phones during last year's campaign, alleging that the now-former chief executive engaged in "police state tactics."

Levin cited a New York Times story from January that reported that "intercepted communications" were being used in a multi-agency investigation into links between Russian officials and Trump campaign personnel.

"We know that if a FISA warrant [against Trump's campaign] was secured, it’s very likely ... the president would be given a heads-up," Levin told Fox News' "Hannity." "I assume Obama knew something. I mean, unless he’s Helen Keller."


[Mark Levin is a Constitutional lawyer, author, and the host of the syndicated radio show 'The Mark Levin Show'. Levin worked in the administration of President Ronald Reagan and was a chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese.]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mark Levin knows his business: Constitutional Law. You peeps would be wise to listen to him and read his books. He knows what he's talking about. The fact there's no comments here, seems like you guys don't give a damn anyway.