Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama wave as they leave the National Gallery of Art in Washington.
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The Republican president alleged Saturday, without offering supporting evidence, that Democrat Obama ordered a wiretap of the phones at Trump's 2016 presidential campaign headquarters in Trump Tower in New York.The House and Senate intelligence committees and the FBI, are investigating contacts between Trump's campaign and Russian officials, as well as whether Moscow tried to influence the 2016 election.White House officials meanwhile defended Trump's surveillance claim, although they won't say where that information came from and left open the possibility that it isn't true.Conway also said Trump might have access to other information she and others don't.Trump is said to be frustrated by his senior advisers' inability to tamp down allegations about contacts between his campaign aides and the Russian government.Committee Democrats will have access to the information and could wield anything negative against the president.Obama representatives also denied Trump's allegation, which the FBI has asked the Justice Department to dispute, a U.S. official told the Associated Press Sunday.
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