What is the truth about the Trump era?

What is the truth about the Trump era?

After decades of lying, President Donald Trump has again admitted that he lied to the American people when he claimed to have wiretapped former President Barack Obama in 2016.

Trump told ABC’s “This Week” Sunday that he was referring to a report from Fox News about a phone call between former President Donald J. Trump and former FBI Director James Comey.

He did not specify what the report was about.

Trump said he had a call with Comey about former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and that he “was going to do a lot of things” to get rid of Flynn and Flynn’s son Michael.

“He was going to put Flynn on a plane and take him to Moscow, and it was all going to be a total mess,” Trump said of the call.

“I was going back and forth with him about Flynn, because he was going out of his way to put me in a very tough position,” Trump added.

The president also told ABC that he did not know what “incidental surveillance” meant, a reference to the term for a program that has become a standard justification for surveillance on Americans by the Obama administration.

The claim that Trump was referring “incidentally” to surveillance on Trump, who was not directly targeted by the program, comes as the White House continues to deny that surveillance was happening.

Trump did not respond to ABC’s request for comment.

The White House has refused to explain why Comey said he did so.

“As to the allegation that President Trump ordered the wiretapping of the President’s phones, the President has repeatedly denied that he ever did so,” a White House official said.