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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Monday that a board he directs will investigate President Trump’s claim that the Obama organization wiretapped him.

“He’s tested the Congress to investigate this and I will, alongside Sen. Whitehouse, investigate regardless of whether there was any legitimate warrant asked for and got on the Trump battle and regardless of whether there was any illicit action with respect to the Trump crusade,” Graham told journalists.

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Graham and Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (R.I.) are the main two individuals on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism.

Trump seemed to find legislators napping throughout the end of the week when he tweeted that his forerunner “had my ‘wires tapped.'”

“Ghastly! Simply discovered that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the triumph. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” he composed.

GOP legislators have approached Trump to clarify his tweets, which were offered without proof to go down his cases.

Trump assistants have additionally approached Congress to explore if the Obama organization wiretapped the Trump battle as a major aspect of a bigger test into Russia and the 2016 race.

Graham on Monday sponsored the push, saying that whether the wiretapping happened lawfully through a warrant endorsed by the outside insight reconnaissance (FISA) court or illicitly, it justifies investigating.

“It would be historic if the previous organization illicitly wire tapped a crusade … On the off chance that the FISA court issued a warrant that would be really dazzling to on the grounds that they’d need to have reasonable justification,” he said.

The Senate Intelligence Committee is independently directing an examination concerning charges that Moscow intruded in the White House race to help Trump, including any contacts between his battle and Russia.

Two sources revealed to CNN that FBI executive James Comey requested that the Justice Department shoot down Trump’s most recent remarks throughout the end of the week.

Graham avoided saying something regarding Comey’s charged demand, yet noticed that a pending letter from himself and Whitehouse would incorporate requesting that he affirm or deny the report.

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