White House adviser Kellyanne Conway interviewed by Howard Kurtz during the recording of her "MediaBuzz" program on Fox News in New York on March 10, 2017.

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway suggests that the alleged US government surveillance of President Trump during the election campaign may have gone beyond telephone intervention.

Speaking to New Jersey’s Bergen County Record (http://usat.ly/2midV4y), Conway said, “There are many ways to keep tabs on each other.”

“You can monitor someone through their phones and of course through their televisions – in many ways,” she added without providing any evidence to Conspiracy Talk News to ratify their statements.

Earlier this month Trump reported that former President Barack Obama had his ‘phones tampered with’ in the Trump Tower before the election.

The Republican showed no evidence and Obama has denied the allegations.

FBI Director James Comey privately urged the Justice Department to rebut Trump’s claim, but he has not done so publicly.

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