That tweet was soon followed by another from the official POTUS account that showed NSA Director Admiral Michael Rogers saying there was no evidence that Russia had falsified election results in a number of key 2016 battleground states.
FBI Director Comey refuses to deny he briefed President Obama on calls made by Michael Flynn to Russia. pic.twitter.com/cUZ5KgBSYP— President Trump (@POTUS) March 20, 2017
Trump next added a clip showing Rogers agreeing with the claim that unmasking individuals picked up in intelligence gathering operations was a threat to national security.
Fourth up was a claim from Comey concurring that classified leaks had become “unusually active” in the Trump era.
Next came a disclosure that the Obama White House did have the authority to “unmask” U.S. citizens.
So far, assertions that his wiretapping allegations were false, or that he was the openly preferred candidate of the Russian government, have not been tweeted. [image via screengrab]