DOJ EXPOSÉ: FISA Docs May Reveal ORIGINS of Trump Surveillance

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Concealed documents at the center of the initial FISA warrants against senior Trump aides may shed new light on recent allegations his campaign was surveilled by the FBI ahead of the 2016 election.

The revelation comes just hours after the Commander-in-Chief met with high-level staffers at the FBI, DOJ, and DNI to discuss new reports the bureau had an “inside man” interacting with his campaign.

“And this meeting is crucial because it will be a major opportunity for the President to order the Justice Department and FBI to turn over classified information requested by the House Intelligence Committee that may finally lead to the answers related to the scope of the FBI’s surveillance on the Trump campaign,” writes Sara Carter.

“So, an option would be to get the classified documents turned over to the Committee and this is what the President demanded in a Saturday Tweet, saying ‘only the release or review of the documents that the House Intelligence Committee (also, Senate Judiciary) is asking for can give the conclusive answers,’” she adds.

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