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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Trump's Tweets Accusing Obama of Wiretapping Raises Risk of Impeachment

Commentary: Donald Trump's wiretap tweets raise his risk of impeachment


President Obama denied that he or his staff had authorized any such surveillance.

(March 6, 2017)
Noah Feldman

President Donald Trump has accused his predecessor, President Barack Obama, of an act that could have gotten the past president impeached. That's not your ordinary exercise of free speech. If the accusation were true, and Obama did order a warrantless wiretap of Trump during the campaign, the scandal would be of Watergate-level proportions.

But if the allegation is not true and is unsupported by evidence, that too should be a scandal on a major scale. This is the kind of accusation that, taken as part of a broader course of conduct, could get the current president impeached. We shouldn't care that the allegation was made early on a Saturday morning on Twitter. That's when Trump wrote: "How low has President Obama gone to tapp [sic] my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!"

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