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UK spy agency denies Trump wiretap

By Reuters
17 March 2017   |   4:49 am
UK intelligence agency GCHQ has reportedly issued a statement to British media denying it wiretapped Donald Trump during the US presidential campaign, in what would be a highly unusual move for the government listening post.

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