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Monday, the White House announced Trump's order for "immediate declassification" of the FISA application in the matter of Carter Page, a former Trump campaign advisor, which includes 20 pages of documents. Additionally, and the best part, Trump ordered public release "without redaction" of texts messages pertaining to the Russia investigation from James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and Bruce Ohr.

Real Clear Politics (RCP) is reporting that the vast bulk of Hillary-related emails found on disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner's laptop were not examined by the FBI.  This is in direct contradiction to former FBI chief James Comey's testimony to Congress. According to RCP, the FBI read only 3,000 of over 700,ooo of the emails found on Weiner's laptop, and these 3,000 emails were "hand-picked" by disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok.

The Department of Justice Inspector General has issued his report (pdf.) into the FBI/DOJ investigation of Hillary's email server and decision not to prosecute. Bottom line: Democrats got the narrative they wanted, that the FBI was not motivated by politics in exonerating Hillary, and that Comey made serious errors of judgment in his October 2016 disclosure to Congress. Yet the details show strong anti-Trump bias pervaded the FBI people involved.

And here it is. The New York Times confirms Trump's claims, which have been frequently dismissed by major media outlets as kooky and conspiratorial, true. Under the Obama administration, the intelligence community DOJ officials spied on Trump's campaign. Operation "Crossfire Hurricane" is what they called it. It was a super double secret operation that only a handful of agents and DOJ officials were aware of.

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), head of the House Freedom Caucus, has sent a letter to Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) to persuade him to look closer at documents recently uncovered about the texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. To Meadows, the documents appear to "suggest a concerning level of coordination between the Department of Justice and the FBI throughout crucial moments" during the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server.

Pollster Frank Luntz recently conducted a focus group on former FBI Director James Comey's interview with George Stephanopoulos. The group was comprised of 15 people, Republicans and Democrats who provided feedback while watching the interview. Using hand-held dials, participants dialed up when something Comey said or did during his interview pleased them and dialed down when they had a negative reaction. They had at least one thing in common: all were bothered by Comey's claim that he didn't remember where he was on Election Night.

CNN has reported that the Department of Justice's inspector general sent a criminal referral of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the US attorneys office in DC. Last week, the IG office published its report on McCabe revealing that McCabe authorized a leak to The Wall Street Journal in an attempt to boost himself, but lied to investigators and former FBI Director James Comey.

This is so perfect. Former FBI Director Comey has been on one heckuva book tour promoting his tell-all drama, "A Higher Loyalty." Comey's been busy filming interviews on broadcast and cable news channels, chatting with radio hosts, but it's starting to look like he's preaching to the choir. During a book event in D.C. Monday, press filled the Dupont Circle Kramer Books. Conspicuously absent? Normal people.

Former FBI Director James Comey managed to do the impossible. He forged common ground between President Trump and members of failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's world. Hillary's associates have spoken out against Comey after reading parts of his book and watching his interviews. They've said he's no hero and feel disgusted that he admitted he allowed politics to drive his decisions.

Former FBI director James Comey's book reportedly includes unsubstantiated accusations against then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.  He reportedly writes that he was aware of “'unverified' information discovered by the U.S. government in 2016 from a classified source [that] 'would undoubtedly have been used by political opponents to cast serious doubt on the attorney general’s independence in connection with the Clinton investigation'.” Comey's book also reportedly reveals that his firm belief that Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 presidential election influenced his decision-making process and that his goal in his October announcement was to help ensure the legitimacy of her presidency.
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