President Trump has declassified and authorized the release of “more than a foot-high stack of documents” related to the Obama administration’s surveillance and espionage committed against the 2016 Trump campaign, as part of a larger campaign to discredit and undermine the incoming US president.
According to journalist and Trump insider John Solomon, the documents would be released as soon as Friday, but no later than Monday.
Trump Declassifies Russia-Investigation Documents
The Russia-collusion investigation launched by Democrats against Donald Trump even before he took office consumed the first three years of his presidency.
It’s now known that the claim that Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election was fueled in large part by a bogus “dossier” of Russian propaganda financed by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
On Friday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham released declassified documents related to the Obama administration’s “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation, Fox News reported.
Graham called the probe, in which the “Steele dossier” was used to obtain warrants to sspy on the Trump campaign, “one of the most incompetent and corrupt investigations in the history of the FBI and DOJ.” . . .
“I consider the Crossfire Hurricane investigation a massive system failure by senior leadership, but not representative of the dedicated, hardworking patriots who protect our nation every day at Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice,” Graham said in a statement Friday.