Attorney General Jeff Sessions confirmed Tuesday that the Justice Department will investigate allegations that the Obama-era DOJ and FBI spied on the Trump campaign. But President Trump believes the probe could be sabotaged.

The Democratic FISA memo released Saturday stands in sharp contrast to the previous FISA memo authored by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) in more than just its denials of the claims of the Nunes memo. The biggest difference between the two memos is that the Nunes memo relied on facts, while the Democratic memo asserts — with emotional language — what it cannot back up with evidence.

Representative Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) says his bill, the Safe Students Act, could have saved lives during the Florida shooting had it been passed when he submitted it.

Congress passed a massive budget bill, which President Trump signed, after Senator Rand Paul delayed the vote to call attention to the fact that we’re spending so much money.

The memo released earlier this week by Senators Chuck Grassley (R- Iowa) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) detailing their criminal referral against Trump “dossier” author Christopher Steele confirms what Democrats have denied; The FISA warrant allowing the FBI and DOJ to spy on former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page leaned so heavily on that ”dossier” that the warrant would not have been sought — much less approved — without it.

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