'Fire And Fury' Book Claims Tony Blair Told Trump UK May Have Spied On Him, Monitored His Team's CallsChris Menahan
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Michael Wolff claims in his new book that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair told Jared Kushner that the British government was spying on his staff and "possibly even Trump himself," though Blair is denying the report as a "complete fabrication."
From The Guardian:
In his already bestselling new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff says the the former prime minister had a secret meeting with Trump's son-in-law and senior aide Jared Kushner.Wolff's shady history of allegedly fabricating quotes makes everything he claims highly questionable. Nonetheless, former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele manufactured the phony "piss dossier" and the Guardian reported last year that the GHCQ said they "incidentally" spied on Trump's campaign associates and shared their intelligence with the Obama administration.
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