Vice President Mike Pence said Friday that the possibility he might have been spied on by U.S. intelligence officials in 2016 is “offensive.”
“And as the attorney general said when he testified before Congress, there was spying,” Pence said in an interview with Fox News’ Sandra Smith. “We need to understand why there was [and] whether there was a sufficient predicate,” he continued.
“We really need to get to the bottom of how this all began and if there was a violation of the rules, if the law was broken, the people that were responsible need to be held accountable,” he continued.
“But I have to tell you, it’s very offensive to me,” he added.
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