The 10-page document refutes claims that the FBI overstepped in surveilling Trump aide Carter Page
National security lawyer Ryan Goodman discussed the memo
A flimsy and much-hyped document that was supposed to blow up the Russia investigation raises more questions about Republicans than the FBI.
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The infamous four-page memo that has consumed Washington D.C. for the past two weeks has finally been released.
“Don’t worry, 100 percent,” Trump said with a wave of his hand. “Can you imagine?”
The House Intelligence Committee on Monday released a transcript of the nearly 7-hour interview with Page as part of its Russia investigation, giving a new picture of a man at the heart of the Russia controversy.
The attorney general told Congressional committees earlier this year he was unaware of any of Trump campaign official having contact with Russia — despite persistent questioning.
Since the Foreign Agents Registration Act was revised in 1966, the DOJ has convicted only one person.
The former acting attorney general and the former director of national intelligence, James Clapper, will testify about the ongoing Russia probe at 2:30 PM EST.