Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) spoke to FOX News about how he found out he was being wiretapped and what he did about it since the discovery didn't happen until after he left the U.S. House. Kucinich, calling it a "brave new world," said one should not be surprised if Donald Trump, then a presidential candidate, was wiretapped if a sitting U.S. Congressman was.
"I learned about it two years after I left office," Kucinich said of his experience. "Members of Congress ought to be aware that my experience was that my phone wasn't safe in a Congressional office. Now, if they can do that to a member of Congress, they can certainly do it to a presidential candidate and they can do it to private citizens as well. Hello, America."
"When the president raised the question of wiretapping on his phones in Trump Tower, he was challenged to prove that such a thing could happen. It happened to me," Kucinich also said.