New report reveals CIA spied on Trump campaign, officials say

A new report has revealed that the CIA spammed President Donald Trump’s team with fake news during the 2016 presidential election.

The CIA’s Office of Intelligence and Research obtained the report in response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by the Associated Press.

The report, which was compiled by the AP’s newsroom, includes more than 1,000 pages of documents, including internal CIA documents, memos and internal reports.

The AP obtained the documents from a public records request by the intelligence community watchdog group Judicial Watch.

The documents were obtained under a court order.

The new documents come on the heels of a series of revelations in a new book that alleged that the agency hacked the computer systems of the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

The Trump administration has repeatedly denied the accusations.

The document obtained by AP contains “a variety of examples of how the CIA and the White House used social media to target, amplify and disseminate political messages and information during the campaign,” according to the AP.

The intelligence community has defended its actions in the book, arguing that they were not coordinated with the campaign and did not target the election, as some have claimed.

The information was collected by the agency in 2014 and 2015, and has not been made public in the past. AP