EXCLUSIVE: Trump confidante Roger Stone doubles down on claim British spies did Obama’s dirty work and says he was wiretapped too

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

British intelligence said last week that Judge Andrew Napolitano’s claim on Fox & Friends that GCHQ had done Obama’s dirty work was ‘utterly ridiculous’
Roger Stone told DailyMail.com: ‘Of course they deny it, that’s their job
‘My own sources high up in the Tory government, who are quite powerful, assured me that there was surveillance by the Brits,’ Stone says
Donald Trump friend is almost certain he was wiretapped, too, because surveillance is the only explanation for the way his information surfaced
‘I have committed no felonies, but the intelligence services have committed felonies to slur my name,’ he stated.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer distanced the president from Stone and campaign ‘hangers-on’ Monday
Stone said later: ‘I am a friend of the president. I prefer to communicate by short pithy memo..I have the privilege of talking to him from time to time’

By Francesca Chambers, White House Correspondent
DailyMail.com
21 March 2017

Roger Stone says the British government did spy on Donald Trump for Barack Obama before the November election.

British intelligence said last week that Judge Andrew Napolitano’s claim on Fox & Friends that GCHQ had done Obama’s dirty work was ‘utterly ridiculous.’

A longtime friend of Trump’s, Stone told DailyMail.com that ‘despite the quick denials,’ he thinks ‘Judge Napolitano is correct.’
‘My own sources high up in the Tory government, who are quite powerful, assured me that there was surveillance by the Brits,’ he stated. ‘Of course they deny it. That’s their job to deny it.’

Stone believes that he was also wiretapped, but by the American government with a FISA warrant.

The allegations came at the end of a day in which Trump, Stone and other associates of the current president had their relationships with the Russians dissected before a House panel investigating foreign interference in the 2016 election.

Also under scrutiny was Trump’s claim on Twitter that Obama had him wiretapped.

FBI Director James Comey said that neither the bureau nor the Justice Department had information to support the president’s tweets.
NSA head Mike Rogers likewise said his agency had no knowledge of British spying at Obama’s request.

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