Donald Trump refuses to admit any wrongdoing or apologize. Shocking.
After this morning’s hearings in which FBI director James Comey confirmed that neither the Bureau, nor the DOJ, nor the NSA had found any evidence of Barack Obama wiretapping the future POTUS, Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked in a press briefing whether Drumpf will withdraw his allegations.
The quick and easy response?
It seems despite everyone saying there’s no evidence, the White House is standing firm.
Funny enough, the very next question was about the investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia, in which Spicer pulled a total logical 180, saying:
“There’s a point at which you continue to search for something that everyone who’s been briefed hasn’t seen or found.”
Ha! Watch that go down (below)!
Press Sec. to @jonkarl on FBI investigation into Trump campaign & Russia: “Investigating it and having proof of it are two different things” pic.twitter.com/5Quo74rOVc
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ ABC News (@ABC) March 20, 2017
Weirdly, the new strategy seems to be to try to shift everyone’s focus off Russia and onto those who illegally leaked information “unmasking” Michael Flynn and others.
So, the people responsible for letting us know who in our government had unethical or illegal contact with a foreign power are the bad guys? Got it…
See the press conference lowlight (below)!
Luckily, the American people have become accustomed to seeing through Trump’s tactics, as they proved on Twitter:
@seanspicer We’ll keep going and going on wiretapping despite no evidence but stop looking into Russia because there’s no evidence. pic.twitter.com/zpM2xw7D5d
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Donna Ramsey (@1971gypsy) March 20, 2017
I see @seanspicer is following Shaggy├óΓé¼Γäós “It Wasn├óΓé¼Γäót Me” strategy after thoroughly having his wiretapping claims debunked by FBI/NSA. pic.twitter.com/ZrgDoG0AMd
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ An Angry Queer ├ó╦£┬ú├»┬╕┬Å (@onebrightlight) March 20, 2017