POTUS: Those Who Spied on Campaign Guilty of Treason

President Trump issues a stark warning to those who supposedly spied on his 2016 presidential campaign saying the move was unprecedented.

The president took to twitter Friday saying he knows his campaign was spied on and “Nothing like this has ever happened in American politics.”

President Trump continued by saying the behavior is treasonous and suggested those guilty could serve time behind bars.

His remarks come just days after Attorney General William Barr appointed the top Connecticut attorney John Durham to look into the roots of how the Russia probe began.

Reports surfaced suggesting Durham has likely been looking into the matter for “weeks” exploring possible Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) abuses, and the FBI’s use of informants.

Barr is allegedly working with other government agencies including the FBI and CIA to explore the legality of the how the Russia probe began.

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