Andrew Napolitano said President Trump’s ‘spygate’ claims are ‘baseless’

Andrew Napolitano

Andrew Napolitano of Fox News said late Tuesday that there is no evidence to support President Trump’s “spy door,” claiming that the FBI implanted spies in his 2016 presidential campaign.

Napolitano, senior judicial analyst at the News Network, said in “The story of Martha McCallum” that Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani is making “unfounded” demands.

“Allegations made by the mayor of Giuliani over the weekend will lead us to believe that Trump believes that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has an undercover agent.

He had participated in election campaigns and seemed to be unwarranted as a spy.” Napolitano said.

He added that there is no evidence to show this.

Giuliani said on Sunday that former President Obama and his senior intelligence officials realized that the FBI had used a top secret informant to allegedly monitor Trump’s campaigning.

The FBI did use an informant and was identified in the media as American Professor Stephen Halper. He met with three Trump campaign advisors in 2016: George Papadopoulos and Caterpick. Sam Clovis.

However, there is no evidence that the informant was used to detect the political purpose of the campaign.

Napolitano said Tuesday that the use of informers during intelligence gathering and criminal investigations is a “standard operating procedure.”

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