While some FBI officials are saying the FISA memo does not contain “any factual inaccuracies,” FBI leadership released a public statement Wednesday citing “grave concerns” about the memo.


As the timetable continues to move toward the public release of the four-page memo detailing FISA abuses at both the FBI and the Department of Justice (DOJ), Democrats continue to treat the document with a mixture of disdain and incredulity. But according to recent reports, two senior FBI officials who have reviewed the document have said it does not contain “any factual inaccuracies.”

While many were disappointed that President Trump did not address the controversial four-page memo during his State of the Union speech, he did address it on his way out of the speech. In a “hot mic” moment, the president was heard telling Representative Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) that he will “100 percent” release the memo to the public.

The classified four-page FISA memo is now on the president’s desk, and he has four more days to approve its release or object. Trump’s approval is a foregone conclusion, since the White House publicly called on Congress to release the memo.

Democrats made a bold effort to force the White House to accept amnesty for DACA "Dreamers," but Trump refused to give in.

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