Donald Trump held another coronavirus briefing on Friday to end the week. Not even a minute into the briefing, Trump started pushing the theory that his campaign was spied on in 2016.
“The fact is, they spied on my campaign and they got caught, and you’ll be hearing more,” Trump said.
Trump was referring to an FBI lawyer who worked on the surveillance warrant of former Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page, who pleaded guilty this Friday to one charge of “altering an email to another official” in 2017 that said Page wasn’t a previous government source, when in fact he had been one.
You can see Trump make his remarks below: