Judge Nap on Susan Rice, Unmasking: This Is Spying on Political Opponents

‘Susan Rice and the White House knew that the conversations and Trump Tower were being surveilled by American and foreign intelligence agencies, and they knew how to get their hands on it, and they did’

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NAPOLITANO: "So there’s two issues here. One is, why did she need to know what was said? And two, what did she do with it? Well, within two days of this unmasking, a transcript of the conversation between General Flynn, then Mr. Donald Trump’s national security adviser, and Vladimir Kislyak, then the Russian ambassador to the United States, appeared in 'The Washington Post.' How did 'The Washington Post' get it after Susan Rice did?” 
CLAMAN: “So this is domestic spying of political opponents?”
NAPOLITANO: “Yes, it is. And the lead that we can’t bury here is that Susan Rice and the White House knew that the conversations in Trump Tower were being surveilled by American and foreign intelligence agencies, and they knew how to get their hands on it, and they did.”

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