Andrew Napolitano from the air to GCHQ Trump wiretap claim

Andrew Napolitano has pushed aside after his unproven assertion, the British spies helped Barack Obama to spy on Donald Trump.

A legal expert who claims GCHQ helped Barack Obama on Donald Trump during the presidential campaign was removed from the air Judge Andrew Napolitano has allegedly been thrown off the news channel after his unreserved assertion that British spies helped Mr. Obama in beating Mr. Trump. The American media commentator he asserted with the words, Mr. Obama “outside the command chain” tap Trump Tower had three intelligence sources.

The accusations – repeated by Mr. Trump, who says he is a “very talented legal spirit” Fox quoted – dismissed by GCHQ as “absolutely ridiculous”. The President first made the allegations on Twitter earlier in March. Mr. Napolitano has been working for Fox News since 1998 and was a judge of New Jersey 1987-1995. But a source in the channel, the LA Times he was not likely to appear in the near future. Fox News anchor Shepard Smith also distanced any network of comments that were on air last week. “knows no evidence that the now President of the United States is time awake, on every way” The actions followed by Fox FBI Director James Comey statement to the House Intelligence Committee, in which he denied the latest top officials of the claims.

America’s National Security Agency (NSA) also rejected claims. NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers insisted to ask his organization to question GCHQ on the Republican candidate during his campaign. Asked whether President Trump “groundless” claims against British security services damaged the close relationship between the two nations, Admiral Rogers replied: “I think it is clearly an important ally of us frustrated.”