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Source: Fox News

White House did not deny release of Democrats’ memo: Rep. Nunes

Monday 15:28 GMT

Rep. Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and author of the controversial Republican memo alleging government surveillance abuse during the 2016 presidential campaign, said on Sunday the White House did not block the release of the Democrats’ rebuttal to the GOP note.. “What they did is they said, ‘look, you need to make some redactions and some technical corrections here and we will get it out right away.’ Now from that point, we’ve heard nothing but crickets,” Nunes, R-Calif., told Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

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Source: Fox News

James Kallstrom: FBI leaders showed a shocking failure of judgment in the Clinton and Trump investigations

Tuesday 11:47 GMT

The memo recently released by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., reveals yet more shocking details about the failed leadership and judgement at the highest echelons of the FBI concerning the flawed investigation into Hillary Clinton and the farcical investigation of Donald Trump.

The Nunes memo revealed that in 2016, senior FBI leaders and Department of Justice officials used a discredited intelligence document (the infamous “Steele dossier”) in making their case to a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Court that it should authorize surveillance of Trump campaign official Carter Page. Here’s what we know about this Steele dossier: its “research” was financed by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

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Source: The Week

Trump's anti-immigrant enforcers want to team up with Trump's spies. Watch out.

Saturday 11:47 GMT

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is reportedly trying to join the network of federal departments that can access warrantless surveillance information gathered by the spies at the National Security Agency.

In Donald Trump, the duo has a simpatico president, which is why they have renewed their quest to join the spy community. The NSA employs tools of mass surveillance that, in theory, it is supposed to use only on foreigners outside the country.


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