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Don’t be so quick to laugh at Trump’s wiretap claims

Trump said, “wiretap.”
The national media laughed, headlines blazed, “without evidence,” and CNN flatly denied it could have happened.
Then, some former intelligence agents explained to any journalist willing to listen that while “wiretap” is the wrong word, it did happen.
They know this through friendships and contacts they have maintained in the various intelligence agencies.
Larry Johnson, who retired from the CIA and the State Department, keeps his hand “in the business” by consulting individuals, governments and deep-pocketed global businesses on avoiding and responding to terrorism and money-laundering, described what went on for my listeners.
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