Judge Nap: Obama Wiretapping Trump ‘Profoundly Unconstitutional But Legal’

‘If you’re Barack Obama and you have the ability by make phone call to hear what Donald Trump is saying, will you bother, we are going to bother and try to get a warrant?’

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NAPOLITANO: "In my view it's profoundly unconstitutional but it is legal because the statute says it. So think about this. If you’re Barack Obama and you have the ability by making a phone call to hear what Donald Trump is saying, will you bother? Are you going to bother and try to get a warrant? Why would you get the warrant?"

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