Trump calls 2016 campaign spying ‘treason,’ warns of ‘long jail sentences’
Is the media dismissing the Trump campaign spying scandal?
Reaction and analysis from The Hill media reporter Joe Concha and Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe on ‘Hannity.’
President Trump issued a grave warning Friday to those who allegedly "spied" on his 2016 campaign, calling their actions "treason" and saying “long jail sentences” are in order.
“My Campaign for President was conclusively spied on. Nothing like this has ever happened in American Politics. A really bad situation. TREASON means long jail sentences, and this was TREASON!” Trump tweeted.
Trump's claim that the campaign was "conclusively" spied on follows Attorney General Bill Barr's testimony that "spying did occur" against the Trump campaign in 2016.
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