Trump called data about spy FBI in his campaign headquarters with a big scandal than Watergate

Trump called data about spy FBI in his campaign headquarters with a big scandal than Watergate

TASS, may 17. The President of the United States Donald trump believes that information about the informant, allegedly introduced by the FBI in his campaign headquarters, can lead to scandal, transcending the scale of Watergate, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. About this politician wrote on Thursday on his page in Twitter.

The American leader said that the proposed introduction of an FBI informant at the headquarters of his election campaign occurred in the period when the US presidency was held by Democrat Barack Obama campaigned for the candidate of his party, Hillary Clinton, who was a rival of the Republican.

“Wow, there’s talk that Obama’s FBI “spied on electoral headquarters of the trump with the assistance of an embedded agent,” wrote the President of the United States.

Next, trump quoted an American journalist Andrew McCarthy, columnist for the magazine National Review: “Probably can be no doubt that they [the FBI] had at least one confidential informant in the [election] campaign.” “If so, this is bigger than Watergate,” concluded trump.

Former new York mayor Rudolph Giuliani, incoming at present, the group of lawyers representing the interests of the US President, on Wednesday evening in interview to TV channel Fox News suggested that the FBI may have implemented a whistleblower in the election campaign of Donald trump in 2016.

Watergate scandal has inflamed after in June 1972 during the presidential election campaign in the Central office of the US Democratic party, which was located at that time in the Watergate complex, was arrested the burglars who tried to install the listening device. The investigation of the incident led to a political scandal that culminated in the 1974 resignation of U.S. President, Republican Richard Nixon. It was suspected that he gave the order to install surveillance of their opponents-Democrats, but formal charges had not been charged.

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