Greg Swenson calls Clinton spying allegations 'fairy credible'
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Chairman of Republicans Overseas UK Greg Swenson has called allegations that the Hillary Clinton campaign spied on Trump Towers and the Trump White House as “fairy credible.” A US Special Prosecutor has suggested that Clinton’s presidential campaign was spying on former President Donald Trump during his campaign and presidency.
Mr Swenson told GB News the allegations were “fairly credible.”
He said: “I mean, you know, is it absolute fact there’s been no admissions yets so, you know, possibly, you know, we need to be patient.
“But this is coming from the Durham report I mean, this is not some speculative, aggressive prosecutor in, you know, Southern Manhattan, you know, this term and he’s been investigating this for years.
“So, I mean, I think there’s there’s little doubt that the Russia collusion hoax has been completely disproven.
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“That’s old news.”
He added: “But I think this is just more reassurance but what it does is it implicates the Clinton campaign.
“I tend to believe it because we’ve seen this already, you know, with the dossier.
“You know, the steel dossier that’s been proven to be funded by the Clinton campaign.”
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“So these accusations look pretty deliberate and pretty straight to me.”
Robert Durham alleges that Clinton’s campaign paid a company to access service at the Trump Tower and at the White House mining for links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Former President Trump said Durham’s report “provides indisputable evidence that my campaign and presidency were spied on by operatives paid by the Hillary Clinton Campaign in an effort to develop a completely fabricated connection to Russia.”
“This is a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate,” said Mr Trump.
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“Those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution,” Trump said.
He added: “In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death.”
Meanwhile, a US House panel on Thursday said it had launched a probe into the White House records obtained from Trump’s Florida residence in a potential violation of the law.
House oversight panel chairwoman Carolyn Maloney on Thursday said she was “deeply concerned” the records were not promptly turned over to the National Archives when Trump’s term ended in January 2021 “and that they appear to have been removed from the White House in violation of the Presidential Records Act.”
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