Phone-tapping claims in focus at Trump and Merkel meet

The US president and his German counterpart met at the White House on Friday. The two leaders discussed a wide range of issues, including trade, NATO and immigration.

    The US president and his German counterpart met at the White House on Friday.

    The two leaders discussed a wide range of issues, including trade, NATO and immigration. However, the focus of the meeting was on claims by Trump that his predecessor, Barack Obama, had ordered his phones to be tapped.

    Al Jazeera’s James Bays reports from the White House.


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