The New York Times has inadvertently attacked the credibility of its own reporting on the Obama Administration's investigation of Russia and now-President Donald Trump.

Moreover, according to FBI Director, James Comey, wiretapping allegations are baseless and must be refuted because they insinuate the FBI broke the law. Mr. Comey is clearly a deluded fool who is acting like his FBI is the center of the the universe. It is not.

According to a New York Times front page story dated January 20, 2017, "American law enforcement and intelligence agencies are examining intercepted communications and financial transactions as part of a broad investigation into possible links between Russian officials and associates of President-elect Donald J. Trump, including former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, current and former senior American officials said." Where was James Comey then? Is he more concerned about protecting the reputation of his FBI now than he was then? The man is simply a joke and he ought to resign because he has no credibility.

Given widespread fear, paranoia and blanket wiretapping worldwide, the claim that Donald Trump and his associates WERE NOT wiretapped is simply silly. The only question is, who did it, and the probable answer is, we will never know because that's the nature of the world we live in. Nobody knows, everybody speculates.

Grow up, move on and the silence will be blissful when speculation ceases.

In the meantime, expect tit for tat because Donald Trump does whatever it takes to defend himself and it isn't that difficult given the foolishness of his critics.


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