Trump's phone-tapping accusation sparks furious debate

The US Congress is vowing to investigate Donald Trump’s accusation that his predecessor Barack Obama tapped his phones during the election.

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    Washington, DC - The US Congress is vowing to investigate Donald Trump’s accusation that his predecessor Barack Obama tapped his phones during the election.

    A large number of conservatives believe it is one of many efforts by Obama and his supporters to sabotage Trump’s administration.

    Liberal critics, though, say the allegations are a way to shift media attention from the possible Trump campaign ties to Russian officials.


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