WASHINGTON, D.C. --- The Trump administration has released actual details on how Trump Tower phones were allegedly wiretapped by the Obama administration.
"The technology used had been deployed for years by a Seventh-day Adventist school in Tennessee to monitor student phone conversation," said Trump spokesperson Para Noya.
The prior White House administration had been incredibly impressed by Southern Adventist University's efforts to monitor absolutely every facet of the student experience, said Noya.
"It was a no-brainer to then use Southern's patented technology to try to sniff out irregularities in Trump Tower phone conversations."
As upset as the Trump administration is about the alleged wire-tapping, senior staffers admit to having developed a grudging respect for Southern.
"If we adopted their creative student fines policies on a national scale we could erase the deficit," said Noya.