It was just over a week ago that President Donald Trump accused Barack Obama of wiretapping his office at Trump Tower in New York City. Despite the fact that Trump has yet to reveal any proof to back up his claim, one of his top advisers is standing by him and taking the conspiracy to the next level.

Conway clashes

During a sit-down interview with the USA Today on Sunday, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway appeared to suggest that Barack Obama spied on Donald Trump by using TVs and microwaves that were secretly disguised as cameras inside Trump Tower.

"What I can say is there are many ways to surveil each other," Conway said in the interview, while citing "television sets" and "microwaves that turn into cameras" as possible ways that the alleged surveillance took place. After Conway was quoted by the newspaper, she took to Twitter the following morning to push back, as seen on March 13.

Following in the footsteps of Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway used her Twitter account to attack the mainstream media for taking her quote allegedly out of context. "#FakeNewsAlert," Conway tweeted in reference to the USA Today article in question.

"Why so many people don't trust what they read Headlines don't match story," Conway said of the article, while adding, "Never made nexus."

Just two hours prior, Kellyanne Conway sent out two other tweets in regards to the issue in question.

"On wiretap claims, I have said many times that we are pleased the House/Senate Intel Committees are investigating & will comment after response to Bergen Record was about surveillance articles in news & techniques generally, not about campaign," Conway tweeted, before noting, "Headline just wrong."

Conway on GMA

In addition to her defense on Twitter, Kellyanne Conway was also asked about her comments during a Monday morning interview with "Good Morning America." After being pressed on her quote by host George Stephanopoulos, Conway admitted that she actually has "no evidence" to verify the allegations of alleged wiretapping by the Obama administration. Despite the opposition from Conway and Donald Trump, the White House was given a Monday deadline by the House Intelligence Committee to provide proof of the claim against Obama.