WHITE HOUSE OFFICIAL: FISA Abuse Memo Likely to be Released Thursday


The FBI released a statement on Wednesday pointing to “grave concerns” on the release of the House GOP FISA memo.

House Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) hit back hard at the FBI’s statement in a press release Wednesday.

A White House official said the FISA memo will likely be released Thursday, according to Reuters.

Reuters reported:

 A Republican memo alleging anti-Trump bias at the FBI and U.S. Justice department is likely to be released on Thursday, a White House official said on Wednesday.

The FBI said earlier on Wednesday it had “grave concerns” about the accuracy of the top-secret House Intelligence Committee memo, challenging President Donald Trump’s pledge to release it.

What version of the FISA memo is the American public going to see?

The FBI sent 5 agents over to the White House this week to alter the House Intel FISA memo.

Lou Dobbs: Our chief correspondent at the White House, John Roberts, telling us that the new version of the memorandum has been altered in some ways by the White House review. Five professional members of the FBI were at the White House to meet with the Chief of Staff John Kelly to got through that.

Investigative reporter Sara Carter said the FBI is pushing back on the release of the memo so fiercely, sources are telling her they fear it may not be released to the public.


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