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Carter Page FISA Documents Are Released by Justice Department



WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has published a paper on the House of Trustees. The Trump campaign advocates what it means to be the center of highly contentious accusations by the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee that the F.B.I.

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Democrats in February rejected the claim that they had received the warrant, accusing them Trump and so doubts about the origin of the Russia investigation. But even as Republicans and Democrats issued dueling memos characterizing the materials. "

On Saturday, those materials – on October 2016 application to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to wiretap Freedom of Information Act lawsuits to obtain them.

"This application targets Carter Page," the application said. "The F.B.I. believes Page has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian government. "A line was then redacted, and then it picked up with". presidential election in violation of criminal law. Mr. Page is a former foreign policy adviser. president. "

Republicans portrayed the Steele dossier – which was contained salacious claims about Mr. Trump not included in the wiretap application – as dubious, and blasted the FBI

But Democrats noted that the application also contained evidence against Mr. Page unrelated to the dossier, and that it did tell the court that the sponsor had the political motive of wanting to discredit Mr. Trump's campaign. Americans and American organizations in such materials.

The application shows that the F.B.I. Mr. Trelle. Mr. Trump. But it added that based on its previous reporting history with the FBI, in which he had provided "reliable information," the bureau believed his information cited in the application "to be credible."

Since February, even as Mr. Trump and his theories have continued to manipulate the Russian Federation as a "witch hunt," he said emails during the campaign.

Representative Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, portrayed the threat from Russia that the FBI what investigating as real and severe. "

" Anyone aware of these facts would be necessary and appropriate, "Mr. Nadler said.

While applying for criminal prosecution, President Trump said: "What are they doing?"