Spicer: The President Will Be Vindicated on His Surveillance Claim

‘The president feels very confident that he will be vindicated, that there was surveillance, and that this should be a concern’

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SPICER: "I think the president realized that Chairman Nunes had started to look at the reports, he wanted to look at the reports and this is a process. The president feels very confident that he will be vindicated, that there was surveillance, and that this should be a concern tonight. As I said from the briefing, Eric, it is amazing that the mainstream press was all focused on the process, not the substance. This should be concerning to everyone. The American citizens, including the president and the transition team members, according to Chairman Nunes, were surveilled in some way shape and form, we don't know yet because we don't have all the intelligence that Chairman Nunes is looking at."

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