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The Israeli government denies a new report is accusing you of planting mysterious spy devices in the vicinity of the White house; Trey Yingst reports.
President Trump on Thursday, doubt on a report that the Israeli government promotes the spying of the United States, the ongoing U.S.-Israel relationship strength.
A political history, based on interviews with former senior US officials claiming that the government believes that Israel planted cell-phone-monitoring-devices in the nation’s capital in the last few years. The devices were allegedly planted in the vicinity of the White house and other locations. The report said the U.S.-according to a forensic analysis, found that agents of Israel brought up probably in here.
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“I don’t think. No, I don’t think the Israelis spying on us,” said Trump on Thursday evening from the South Lawn, before a GOP retreat in Baltimore. “I think, to believe that hard.”
Current and former Israeli officials pushed hard against the Politico report on Thursday. Amos yadlin, who is the former head of the IDF Military Intelligence Directorate, allegedly calling it “fake news, spiced with anti-Semitism,” saying that Israel prohibits spying on the USA
A reporter for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz traveling with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his office called the report a “blatant lie.” Like yadlin, who, the office said that the Israeli government has not involved a Directive to, in intelligence operations on U.S. soil.
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The President touted the strong relationship between his administration and Israel, citing in particular the establishment of a U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, and harsh US sanctions against Iran.
“I would not believe that the story” reaffirms Trump. “Everything is possible, but I don’t believe it.”
Fox News Greg Norman contributed to this report.