The hourglass is running out.The Department of Justice has until the end of the day Monday to comply with the House Intelligence Committee\u0026#039;s demand for documents that would substantiate President Donald Trump\u0026#039;s claim that former President Barack Obama had Trump Tower wiretapped.The committee\u0026#039;s demand was made by its chairman, Devin Nunes of California, and the panel\u0026#039;s ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff of California, in a letter sent to the White House last week, as Common Dreams reported.\u0026nbsp;Trump has thus far not presented evidence to back up the claim he made on Twitter just over a week ago. The White House requested Congress investigate what, if anything, took place.Speaking to ABC\u0026#039;s \u0022This Week\u0022 on Sunday, Schiff said, \u0022I don\u0026#039;t expect we\u0026#039;re going to see any evidence\u0022 to back up the assertion, adding, \u0022Either the president quite deliberately, for some reason, made up the charge. Or perhaps, more disturbing, the president really believes this.\u0022According to White House press secretary Sean Spicer, Trump wasn\u0026#039;t really talking about wiretapping, though he used that term in multiple tweets.Speaking to press on Monday, Spicer said Trump doesn\u0026#039;t believe it was Obama who \u0022tapped \u0026#039;trump\u0026#039;s phone personally\u0022 but that the previous administration engaged in \u0022surveillance and other activities.\u0022 Trump, Spicer said, was referring to surveillance in general because the president put wiretapping in quotation marks. (In two tweets from Saturday, however, Trump wrote \u0022tapp my phones\u0022 and \u0022tapping my phones\u0022 without quotations marks.)Trump senior counselor Kellyanne Conway, for her part, said Monday, \u0022I don\u0026#039;t have any evidence\u0022 to back up the wiretapping claims.That statement to ABC\u0026#039;s \u0022Good Morning America\u0022 came a day after she suggested in an interview with the Bergen (New Jersey) Record that the Obama administration may have conducted broader surveillance of Trump and referenced the use of television sets and \u0022microwaves that turn into cameras.\u0022 Conway later tried to clarify her comments.U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) last week also sent a letter to the DOJ and FBI asking for evidence to back up the allegation.