'No evidence' to back up Donald Trump's wiretapping claims, says FBI Director James Comey

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    川普的大料居然没人敢报?想都不想就捅到新乡时报去!我觉得斑马根本就没拿到什么正经川普大料,而希拉里的花椒一把接着一把,堵都堵不住。
     
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    闯王能不能把这个fbi头头掐监下狱?这哥们就是一个搅屎棍。
     
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    这个好。这样我们才有续集看。
     
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    老毛当年号召砸烂公检法,炮打司令部。
    闯王不行。
     
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    瞎猜的啊。。。逻辑不对。比如你偷看村长、书记日记,什么也没发现,你散布炫耀什么? :monster: 暗地里传出去了,肯定有事。
    举个非法监听的例子:你看台湾马英九了么? 检察总长长期窃听立法院总机,搞到了柯王的大料。。。马总统以为是大是大非的国际丑闻,一个激动,自己开记者会爆出来了。。:D 那个事里有监听立法院不合法,结案前泄密不合法,泄密后传播不合法,满头大包的让对手追打。。。对手没倒,自己吃官司,这事谁干啊? 还是嫩啊。
     
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    马娘娘也是哈佛的法学博士,这水平跟大大的北大博士估计差不多
     
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    On the 60th day of his presidency came the hardest truth for Donald Trump.

    He was wrong.

    James B. Comey — the FBI director whom Trump celebrated on the campaign trail as a gutsy and honorable “Crooked Hillary” truth-teller — testified under oath Monday what many Americans had already assumed: Trump had falsely accused his predecessor of wiretapping his headquarters during last year’s campaign.

    Trump did not merely allege that former president Barack Obama ordered surveillance on Trump Tower, of course. He asserted it as fact, and then reasserted it, and then insisted that forthcoming evidence would prove him right.

    But in Monday’s remarkable, marathon hearing of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Comey said there was no such evidence. Trump’s claim, first made in a series of tweets on March 4 at a moment when associates said he was feeling under siege and stewing over the struggles of his young presidency, remains unfounded.

    For Trump, Comey’s testimony punctuates what has been a troubling first two months as president. His approval ratings, which were historically low at his inauguration, have fallen even further. Gallup’s tracking poll as of Sunday showed that just 39 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance, with 55 percent disapproving.

    The Comey episode threatens to damage Trump’s credibility not only with voters, but also with lawmakers of his own party whose support he needs to pass the health-care bill this week in the House, the first legislative project of his presidency.

    Furthermore, the FBI’s far-reaching Russia investigation shows no sign of concluding soon and is all but certain to remain a distraction for the White House, spurring moments of presidential fury and rash tweets and possibly inhibiting the administration’s ability to govern.

    Some of Trump’s defenders said the impact of Comey’s testimony could easily be overtaken if the White House is disciplined enough to marshal its agenda, as well as Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, through Congress.

    “All that really matters this week is Gorsuch moving forward and the House passing step one of Obamacare repeal,” said Scott Reed, a veteran Republican strategist who works for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “All the rest is noise.”

    On the Russia issue, Trump and his aides were defiant Monday in the face of Comey’s testimony. Before Comey was sworn in at the hearing, Trump tried to set the tone with a series of early-morning tweets decrying the accusations of collusion with Russia as “FAKE NEWS” being pushed by defeated Democrats and arguing that the real scandal is the leaking of sensitive information from within the intelligence community.

    “Must find leaker now!” he wrote in one tweet from his personal account.

    During Comey’s testimony, Trump offered live commentary on his official presidential Twitter account, pushing the argument that Russia did not influence the election.

    White House press secretary Sean Spicer picked up the torch in the afternoon, trying in a contentious briefing with reporters to deflect attention from Trump’s false wiretapping charges while steadfastly refusing to admit any wrongdoing.

    “I think we’re going to test the outer limits of the Trump ‘fake news’ cult,” said Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist. “The central contention that Barack Obama wiretapped Donald Trump in Trump Tower was blown out of the water and utterly dismissed.”

    As always in Trump world, where the guiding ethos is winning at any cost, the worst sin is conceding defeat.

    Jennifer Palmieri, who served as communications director on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, said Trump’s wiretapping situation reminded her of his “death spiral” after lashing out at a federal judge over his Latino heritage.

    “He just cannot let it go,” Palmieri said. “Except this time he is getting slapped down by the sitting FBI director. That’s a brutal blow to his credibility and a huge opportunity cost. He should be focused on salvaging his health-care bill, not continuing to draw all of America’s eyes to the Russia investigation.”

    A master showman, Trump surely could intuit the theatrical power of Comey trekking to Capitol Hill to testify for several hours about Russia, all broadcast live on national television.

    “It just makes it much more vivid,” said Peter Wehner, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has worked in the three previous Republican administrations. “It’s one thing to read statements from a transcript or a newspaper, and that’s not unimportant, but when you see it on video, it carries a punch.”

    Spicer’s defense strategy was in part to distance Trump from the figures under investigation by the FBI for their ties to Russia. In Spicer’s telling, Paul Manafort was a virtual nobody, someone who “played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time.”

    Manafort was actually Trump’s campaign chairman and de facto manager for five months last year, from the end of the primaries through the summer convention and the start of the general election season.

    “Watching Sean Spicer twist himself into a pretzel yet again to try to pretend that Paul Manafort isn’t an influential figure is ludicrous,” Wehner said. “It’s like saying Aaron Rodgers isn’t a central figure for the Green Bay Packers.”

    Brinkley, who has published biographies of such presidents as Gerald Ford, Franklin Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt, said of Trump’s start, “This is the most failed first 100 days of any president.”

    “To be as low as he is in the polls, in the 30s, while the FBI director is on television saying they launched an investigation into your ties with Russia, I don’t know how it can get much worse,” Brinkley said.

    But Trump’s supporters have proved largely impervious to the political winds, at least so far. The president jetted late Monday to Louisville, to rev up another mega-rally crowd — separating himself from the swamp of Washington by more than 600 miles.

    “My gut is that he’s bulletproof with his base,” said Austin Barbour, a Mississippi-based Republican strategist. “There’s just this massive distrust of Washington, and whether that’s fair or not — of Washington, of the intelligence community, of Congress, of the judicial branch — it’s just the reality outside of the Beltway.”
     
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    奥巴马窃听?FBI局长打脸特朗普:无任何证据支持指控
    2017-03-21 08:53:14 来源: 环球网

     针对俄罗斯干涉美国2016总统大选一事,美国众议院情报委员会3月20日举行公开听证会。由于事涉特朗普团队与俄罗斯的关联和特朗普自爆遭奥巴马监听等两大争议话题,引发各界关注。台湾“东森新闻云”21日称,联邦调查局局长科米的证词狠狠打脸特朗普。

      综合外媒报道,联邦调查局局长科米和国家安全局局长罗杰斯将首次针对两大争议话题发表公开谈话,引起美国民众关切。

      科米20日出席听证会时证实联调局“正在调查俄国政府力图‘干预’2016年总统大选一事”,包括特朗普阵营有关的个人、团体,与俄国政府是否有任何性质的关联与往来,但由于调查正在进行,且案情复杂,所以“不能多谈在做的事,以及我们在检视谁的行动”,也无法为调查定出确切的进度和时间表。

      就特朗普指控奥巴马政府监听一事,科米表示,“目前没有任何证据可以支持这些指控”,间接说明“奥巴马窃听特朗普”一说并没有任何证据。
     

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