Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) talks to Bill O'Reilly about being wiretapped by the feds in 2011 when he spoke to Muammar Gaddafi's son. Kucinich said of Trump, "if a member of Congress can have his phone tapped, this can happen to anybody."
"I had a resolution in the House to try to stop the war and he called me to talk about it," Kucinich said of the Gaddafi call. "I cleared the discussion with House attorneys and a member of Congress is not supposed to be listened to by the executive branch."
"The Director of National Intelligence under President Obama was tracking my resolution and I didn't find out until two years after I had left Congress," the former Congressman said of the incident.
I heard a lot of people laughing about it, but I had something happen to me. If a member of Congress can have his phone tapped, this can happen to anybody," Kucinich said.