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- Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona criticized Trump’s claim of an FBI “spy” being planted in his 2016 campaign as a “diversion tactic”.
- Flake, who has not ruled out running against Donald Trump for the White House, was appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday.
- Echoing the label Trump tweeted earlier this week, Flake said “Spygate” could be groundwork for a potential “constitutional crisis.”
- Other senators reacted to the president’s unsubstantiated claims that the FBI was “infiltrating” his campaign for political purposes.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, who has not ruled out running against Donald Trump for the White House, on Sunday criticized as a “diversion tactic” the president’s unsubstantiated allegation last week of an FBI “spy” being planted in his election campaign.
Flake’s comments, on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” put him again at the forefront of very few Republican lawmakers willing to openly challenge Trump over his attacks on law enforcement officials who are investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 US election and possible collusion by the Trump campaign.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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