Once again, no one knows what Donald Trump is talking about.
Last week, POTUS hinted at the existence of audio tapes of his conversations with James Comey after the former FBI director’s explosive testimony.
In response to a freedom of information request for copies or transcripts of White House recordings, the Secret Service told the Wall Street Journal that neither exist.
The agency wrote:
“In response to your request, the Secret Service has conducted a reasonable search for responsive records. It appears, from a review of Secret Service’s main indices, that there are no records pertaining to your request that are referenced in these indices.”
And just to be clear, this “doesn’t exclude the possibility that recordings could have been created by another entity” — so other tapes could be out there somewhere.
In a press briefing on Monday, Sean Spicer obviously refused to comment on whether or not tapes exist, and reiterated that Drumpf will reveal this information when he’s good and ready: