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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mcfaul
The State Department on Wednesday tried to downplay several Twitter comments in which the U.S. ambassador to Russia appeared to insinuate that the someone is tapping his phone, spying on his emails and leaking them to local reporters.
State Department spokesman Mark Toner dismissed the notion that Mr. McFaul was insinuating that he's being spied on and said the U.S. ambassador was merely "raising a rhetorical question" in his tweets.