A British intelligence agency shot down President Trump’s suggestion that United Kingdom intelligence helped “spy” on his campaign in 2016.

“As we have previously stated, the allegations that GCHQ was asked to conduct ‘wire tapping’ against the then-president elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored,” a spokesperson for the Government Communications Headquarters said in a statement to Newsweek. The statement is similar to the one the agency sent out two years ago in response to similar claims.

GCHQ stands for Government Communications Headquarters — the British equivalent of the National Security Agency.

Trump tweeted Wednesday morning in response to an interview with former CIA analyst Larry Johnson on the One America News Network. Johnson has claimed that the U.K. has spied on Trump during the 2016 election, and that the CIA, not Russia, could have been responsible for hacking the Democratic National Committee.

“‘Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson accuses United Kingdom Intelligence of helping Obama Administration Spy on the 2016 Trump Presidential Campaign.’” @OANN WOW! It is now just a question of time before the truth comes out, and when it does, it will be a beauty!” Trump tweeted early Wednesday morning.

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Former CIA analyst, Larry Johnson, testifies on Capitol Hill before a joint Democratic Senate and House committee, Friday, July 22, 2005, in Washington. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)

Last week, special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report was released and describes efforts from Russian military intelligence services to hack into computers and obtain records from people within the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. The emails were then provided to DCLeaks, Guccifer 2.0, and WikiLeaks for publication.

Trump and first lady Melania Trump will visit the U.K. in June.