Published: Tue, March 14, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Adam Schiff Says Trump's Rants Have 'Real-World' Consequences

Adam Schiff Says Trump's Rants Have 'Real-World' Consequences

Political commentator posted: "Better unplug your microwaves, kids; Kellyanne Conway says the gov can use them as spy cams..." A week after Donald Trump claimed without evidence that Barack Obama illegally tapped his phone, the Bergen Record asked Conway to substantiate the president's provocative claims.

Schiff said the committee will ask FBI Director James Comey to address some of Trump's wiretapping allegations when he comes to an open hearing March 20. "Microwaves that turn into cameras", adding: "We know this is a fact of modern life". "Guess I gotta stop heating up the leftover pizza while naked".

In interviews with both on ABC's "Good Morning America" Monday and the Bergen Record this weekend, Conway defended claims that former President Barack Obama had ordered spying on Trump Tower ahead of the 2016 election.

The House Intelligence Committee's request for evidence by Monday was made in a letter sent to the Justice Department by the panel's chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and its ranking Democrat, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., according to a congressional official. The battle is on! "I don't think anyone really has any question about this, George".

The Trump administration has yet to share any proof that former President Obama was wiretapping Trump Tower during the election.

Controversy machine, couch-sitter, and presidential aide Kellyanne Conway is back in the fight after addressing accusations that the Trump campaign was wiretapped, as the president alleged during an early morning tweet storm over a week ago.

Then her job is apparently floating broad, highly suggestive ideas absent any specific evidence and blaming the media when she has to walk it all back. The leading members of the House Intelligence Committee in turn requested that the Justice Department respond by Monday with any evidence of the president's claims.

One woman said: "Microwaves are the new spy cameras?"

Conway's comments come amid claims by Wikileaks about United States intelligence agencies spying on targets through their television sets and other household appliances.

"President Trump said last weekend that he wanted the intelligence committees in the Senate and the House to take up this matter as part of our broader inquiry into Russia's activities into our political system past year", Cotton said on "Face the Nation" on CBS.

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