PRESIDENT Trump attacked Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton with an "OBAMAGATE’" video, claiming he was "spied on and sabotaged."
Trump has previously made unproven "Obamagate" claims that Obama was part of a conspiracy along with US intelligence officials to undermine his presidency.
Trump shared a video on his claims on Wednesday night, as he tweeted: "DRAIN THE SWAMP!"
In the video, it's claimed Hillary Clinton "got ahead of herself" in reference to the 2016 election.
It then shows reels of news reports regarding an "unmasking report" released in May.
The documents revealed Obama officials – including former Vice President Joe Biden – requested that National Security Adviser Michael Flynn be named in in intelligence reports regarding calls with the Russian ambassador in 2016.
"The Obama administration was bitter. They wanted to do everything they could to undermine the incoming Trump administration," the video claimed.
It also claims there was a design to "sabotage" and "upend" the Trump administration when as it entered the White House.
Trump has previously made a number of unbacked claims surrounding his "Obamagate" conspiracy.
He previously demanded the GOP call Barack Obama to testify about what he dubbed the "biggest political crime in US history" when the "unmasking" documents were revealed.
Trump also claimed Obama "probably directed" US intelligence agencies to spy on him.
The president also alleged "it’s CLEAR the Obama administration spied on his campaign," and even claimed the 44th president "committed treason."
Trump's Wednesday tweet follows shortly after Obama hammered Trump and ripped the GOP for "partisan gerrymandering" during his eulogy for John Lewis.
Obama spoke about "those in power who are doing their darnedest to discourage people from voting," during his speech at Lewis' service last week.
"I know this is a celebration of John's life," Obama said.
"There are some who might say we shouldn't dwell on such things. But that's why I'm talking about them."
"John Lewis devoted his time on this earth to fighting these very attacks on democracy."
Trump hit back at Obama's speech when speaking with Fox News on Wednesday, calling it "terrible" and "angry."
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