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Two administration sources say the classified memo alleging abuses by the Justice Department and FBI is being reviewed Tuesday by representatives from the Department of Justice, the FBI, the National Security Agency and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
The memo is said to detail, written by GOP staffers on the House Intelligence Committee, may soon be available to the public, after Republicans on the committee voted Monday to release it. A congressional statute allows the committee to release the memo if the president does not object.
The memo penned by the majority is said to contain evidence that the FBI wrongly relied on an unverified dossier compiled by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele to secure surveillance warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
This approach, the sources said, might diminish some of the partisan nature of the memo's creation. No decisions have been reached on the fate of the memo. The sources said the consideration process could run the full five days available to the White House
originally posted by: stosh64
a reply to: burntheships
But MSNBC told me that Nunes has been compromised by the Russians.
originally posted by: TheScale
i honestly dont even care about this memo. it in my own opinion wont change anything in the grand scheme of things. people on the left will cry that its just manufactured by an opposition party and wont believe anything in it anyhow. people on the right will have their bias's confirmed and they will be in the same place they are right now, knowing the govt is borked beyond belief. govt will go through the song and dance and a couple sacrificial heads will roll and in the end nothing will have really changed.