‘We Know’: Former Secret Service Agent Has Perfect Response To Old Obama Tweet

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Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino dug up an old tweet from former President Obama, dating to 2013, that could have a different meaning in light of new evidence of the Obama administration spying on Trump campaign officials and the transition team.

New evidence released by the Justice Department suggests the former president was at least in the know of numerous FBI-conducted investigations into Trump officials if he did not order them himself.

So… when Obama tweeted “I spy…” in 2013, what could he have been really saying? Bongino answered the question in a simple, yet provocative tweet where he said: “We know.”

Check it out:

The tweet had already garnered a couple of thousand retweets within just an hour of Bongino posting it.

Check out some of these responses:

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