Donald Trump tweets photoshopped picture of Barack Obama spying on him

Donald Trump tweets photoshopped picture of Barack Obama spying on him

US President Donald Trump has shared a doctored image of ex-president Barack Obama on his official Twitter page.

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In the doctored image that President Trump shared, Obama could be seen leaning near the window of Trump Tower penthouse in Manhattan, scaling the walls of the building with suction cups and binoculars.

President Trump had previously made claims that Obama unlawfully spied on him and his campaign.

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In March 2017, Trump tweeted: "Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!"

Reacting to the doctored image of Obama, Colleen Scoular on Facebook said: "Where does our fearless leader find all the time to do this stuff? Things like this and the majority of his tweets are below the dignity of his office. And yet all his tweets are going to be kept as part of the official record, I think is how it is worded. Can you imagine Obama doing something this classless? Nope? Neither can I."

Chantel Sanchez said: "This is our President!!! I am putting my head down in shame. We have a big child running our nation!"

Dawn B said: "I do not believe Obama would waste his time, to watch Trump eating his Big Mac or other junk food. or standing in front of a mirror chanting who is the best and most knowledgeable of them all."

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Meanwhile, President Trump said that his impeachment by the House of Representatives was actually targeted at the Americans.

Trump also described his impeachment as an attempted coup by the Democrats.

In a tweet displaying a 'white and black' single photograph and a message, Trump said: "In reality, they are not after me, they are after you. I'm just in the way."

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