(National Sentinel) The Big Reveal: An embattled POTUS Donald Trump may be on the verge of declassified all documents related to the FBI’s FISA warrant applications to spy on one of his former campaign advisors, Carter Page, days after Republican lawmakers have asked him to do so.
In addition, The Daily Caller reported, POTUS may also be set to declassified all documents related to the Justice Department’s former No. 4 official, Bruce Ohr, whose wife Nellie worked for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm hired by the Hillary Clinton campaign to produce the bogus “Russia dossier.”
House Republicans have recently pressed Trump to declassify the documents, which they claim undercuts the FBI and Justice Department’s rationale for opening an investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government.
Axios reported on Sunday that Trump’s allies say that he is close to declassifying the documents.
Sources familiar with Trump’s thinking have told The Daily Caller News Foundation over the past week that they believed Trump was close to releasing the documents.
The president told The DC himself in an exclusive interview last week he was “seriously” considering declassifying those documents.
Last week, a dozen House Republicans held a press conference to call on POTUS to declassify all documents related to the FISA warrant applications. They have long suspected that Obama’s corrupt DoJ and FBI launched “Spygate” on the false premise that the Trump campaign was “colluding” with Russia to “steal the election” from Hillary.
The documents, they say, will provide all the exculpatory evidence the public needs to disprove the lie.
On Sunday Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA), the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, also called on Trump to declassify the FISA documents.
“We did not waste the August recess,” he told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday. “We interviewed a number of key witnesses including Bruce Ohr and now we are proceeding to get additional documents from the FBI and line up additional witnesses.
“But I also agree with those members who have called upon the president to declassify the documents that are necessary for the American people to [see] what was going on in 2016 and early 2017 regarding the disparate way the FBI handled these two major investigations, one involving Hillary Clinton, the other involving the Trump campaign,” he added.
“It truly is stunning… It would also help greatly if the Justice Department would appoint a special counsel. We’ve been calling for that for over a year now,” he added.