As Investigations Ramp Up, Joe May Want to Drop the ‘Obama-Biden’ Talk

Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden’s near half-century in the political arena brings lots of baggage to his campaign. The most damaging may turn out to be the very thing he emphasizes the most — his vice presidential role.

He may want to walk back his repeated “Obama-Biden administration” references now that Attorney General William Barr has resolved to get to the bottom of alleged spying on the Trump campaign.

The New York Times confirmed the attorney general’s claims that the Obama administration repeatedly surveilled Trump campaign members. He added, “I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal.”

How high did the spying conspiracy go? An Aug. 5, 2016, message from former FBI counterespionage expert Peter Strzok to former FBI lawyer Lisa Page indicated that “the White House is running this.” But running what, exactly?

A possible clue may be a…



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