The House Intelligence Committee has just released its memo detailing alleged abuses of secret surveillance as part of the FBI and Justice Department’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible involvement with Russia. You can read the four-page memo on the House website.
House Republicans on the Intelligence Committee voted on Monday to declassify the memo, and President Trump agreed, leading the White House to declassify its contents this morning.
House Republicans on Friday released a partisan and bitterly disputed memo that they say shows surveillance abuses in the early stages of the FBI's investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia. (Feb. 2)
President Donald Trump approved the House Intelligence Committee to release the classified Nunes memo on the alleged abuse of the surveillance act by the FBI. Here is the full document. … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — GOP-led House intelligence panel releases a memo alleging the FBI abused government surveillance in its Russia probe.
A memo written by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee alleges the FBI and Justice Department abused their surveillance authorities in the 2016 presidential campaign.