No, Kellyanne, microwaves can not turn into cameras

No, Kellyanne, microwaves can not turn into cameras


"You can surveil someone through their phones, certainly through their television sets".

She added, "So we know that it is simply one of the realities of the modern era".

Kellyanne Conway denied she implied that microwaves with hidden cameras were used to surveil the Donald Trump campaign, during a Monday interview with "Good Morning America". If the question was about Trump's allegations against Obama, and Conway's answer pointed to microwaves and TVs, the response doesn't inspire confidence in the White House that's already been accused of having some nutty ideas.

By claiming that former President Barack Obama ordered a wiretap but not producing evidence to back up his charge, President Trump may have done irreparable harm to his own credibility, California Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday.

The House intelligence committee has reportedly asked the Trump administration to provide evidence for the president's allegations by Monday, and last week the leaders of the Senate judiciary committee formally requested any Justice Department or Federal Bureau of Investigation documents related to the alleged wiretaps as well.

'The level of disrespect for the president of the United States and the way he is described by people, people whose approval rating is half of his really beyond the pale, ' she said, continuing the back-and-forth with Cuomo on CNN.

The US President had celebrated data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics which revealed 235,000 new jobs were created in his first full month in the White House. John McCain, R-Ariz., who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Despite the denial, Trump has asked Congress to investigate. Why say it then, and look like your aunt who just skims headlines on her Facebook feed?

"I would note that [FBI] Director [James] Comey has asked the Department of Justice to make a comment, but he hasn't made a comment".

While congressional Republicans have largely backed Trump since the inauguration, they have largely pushed for a quick resolution to his wiretapping claim and tried to focus on other areas. Do you think Obama spied on Trump before the election?

In defense of her standpoint inherently favoring the Trump administration, Conway mentioned that even though there is no proof regarding President Trump's accusations, there are still ways in which a government can spy on its citizens.

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