On Monday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer pronounced a President wasn’t indeed referring to wiretapping when he tweeted about, in quotes, getting his “wires tapped.”
The breathing-wad-of-gum told press:
“I consider there’s no doubt that a Obama administration, that there were actions about notice and other activities that occurred in a 2016 election. The President used a word wiretaps in quotes to mean, broadly, notice and other activities.”
That’s right, he could’ve been spied on in other ways — like by a microwave!
Wiretapping is a privately tangible notice activity that involves drumming into “a write or telegram handle in sequence to get information,” though we’re certain Merriam-Webster will propagandize Trump’s administration shortly with a tangible definition.
Spicer combined that Trump was NOT accusing Obama of privately surveilling, though instead referring to his administration when tweeting that his prototype was a “bad (or sick!) guy.”
Ugh, will someone plz tell these people how regulating “quotes” works?
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