Conway denies suggesting wider surveillance of Trump

Conway denies suggesting wider surveillance of Trump

Conway denies suggesting wider surveillance of Trump

Or she's referencing this smart toaster oven from June which does connect to WiFi and has a camera inside for watching your food cook in case the glass door of the oven isn't enough for you. "And if we get to the point where we can't, I think it's our obligation in the opposition to speak out and say this is not legitimate".

Just four days before the Bergen Record article was published, General Michael Hayden, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the NSA, was a guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. That motion disperses energy in the form of heat, giving you a lovely, warmed up microwave burrito.

Here's an idea: If the president of the United States makes a wild accusation in 140 characters or less, launch an investigation only after he provides some reasonable basis for the claim. The White House has not yet provided any evidence to back up the President's claims, which were widely disputed, including by top intelligence figures. As a presidential candidate, Trump slammed what he described as "phony unemployment numbers" that he suggested had been fabricated.

"The media did not bring up this topic". Cuomo said. "Because this goes to personal integrity". We have packages delivered to my house with white substances.

He also said that Obama abused his power and spied on his campaign fearing that his team was connected to Moscow. In addition, no one in his administration has been willing to support, or even personally agree with, Trump's allegations either.

"The question is, would people believe him?", he added. "And I think on March 20th, if not before, we'll be able to put this to rest", he said. She said on CNN that "I don't believe people are using the microwave to spy on the campaign".

"Of course I don't have any evidence for those allegations", Conway told ABC's George Stephanopoulos, explaining that she's glad the House Intelligence Committee is pursuing an investigation of the matter.

Conway tells New Jersey's Bergen County Record that "there are many ways to surveil each other". "You can surveil someone through their phones, certainly through their television sets".

"I was talking about surveillance generally, but people are going to fit that the way they want to fit it", Conway said.

She was referring to an interview with The Record made public on Sunday. That's what investigations are for'.

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