Former Trump campaign associate Michael Caputo said he was approached by "two and perhaps more" alleged federal informants trying to gain access to the campaign.

Caputo, who worked for President Reagan and former Rep. Jack Kemp (R-N.Y.), said on "Hannity" that the individuals tried "to offer information to the campaign that would have jammed us up in some way shape or form."

Caputo did not specify whether the "two or more" included the individual currently reported on in the press.


'He's a Tool of Chuck Schumer': Trump Blasts TN Dem Senate Candidate Bredesen at Rally

New York Giants Vet Invites Trump to Locker Room to Discuss Anthem Kneeling, Player Concerns


"These guys were going at us from all different angles," Caputo said.

He also ripped critics of Trump who have taken issue with his term "spy" instead of "informant" or other terminology.

"Back here in Buffalo, you can call it elongated cylindrical semolina, but we still call it spaghetti," he said.

Watch more above.


'That's Blatant Racism': Tarlov Reacts to Roseanne Barr's Tweet, Show Cancellation

Gowdy on Trump's Spy Claims: I'm 'Convinced' FBI Did What Americans Would Want Them to Do