Barack Obama Literally ‘Rolled His Eyes’ At Donald Trump’s Baseless Wiretapping Claims — Learn What Has Him Far MORE Concerned! – PerezHilton.com

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Right there with you, Barack Obama.

How did YOU react to hearing Donald Trump‘s baseless claims that his predecessor ordered an illegal wiretap of his phones during the 2016 campaign?

Because we’re hearing Barry just “rolled his eyes!” Ha!

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According to an NBC News reporter, Obama definitely thinks Drumpf’s tweets “undermine the integrity of the office,” but he’s actually more concerned with all the other bullshit POTUS is trying to pull.

An inside source explained:

“[Obama] is much more concerned by President Trump kicking people off health insurance, not staffing the government, not being prepared for a crisis, rolling back regulations so that corporations can pollute the air and water and letting mentally unstable people buy guns with no problems whatsoever. He cares about all those things much more than what President Trump tweets at the TV each morning.”

To be sure, a spokesperson for the former Prez did respond to Trump’s claims over the weekend, saying:

“A cardinal rule of the Obama administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice. As part of that practice, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any U.S. citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false.”

Considering Trump has absolutely no evidence of any “wiretapping” — we’re not shocked that he’s now banned the press from attending all of his meetings on Wednesday.

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White House Correspondent Mark Knoller says this will give press “no chance to question him about his wiretap tweets.”

Great. Awesome. Sounds v American.

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