Trump: Obama Behind Protests, Leaks
(AP)
President Donald Trump says he believes the leaks coming out of the government are from holdovers from President Barack Obama's administration. "Well, you never know exactly what's happening behind the scenes," Trump told Fox News in an interview to be broadcast Tuesday. "But I think President Obama's behind it, because his people are certainly behind it. And some of the leaks possibly come from that group." [Full Story]
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Trump: Obama Behind Protests, Leaks
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