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.]