Reveal the FBI Nonconformity Secret Memo, Trump: It's a Disgrace!

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President of the United States Donald Trump is furious with the content of secret memos that are considered to reveal the impartiality of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as law enforcement. Trump calls the content of the secret memo a disgrace.

"I think it's a disgrace.With what's going on in this country, I think it's a disgrace," Trump said as he announced his decision to release this secret memo to the public, as reported by AFP and Reuters Saturday (3/2/2018).

"A lot of people should be ashamed of themselves and worse than that," he stressed.

Trump finally released a secret memo that cornered the FBI and the US Justice Department on Friday (2/2) local time. He ignored the stern warning from FBI Director Christopher Wray and the US Department of Justice that the release of the secret memo has the potential to harm the state's secret information, which the public should not know.

The four-page secret memo is supposed to show that an investigation into alleged collusion of Trump's campaign team with Russia during the 2016 presidential election is still ongoing, a product of political bias against Trump within the FBI and US Justice Department.

The memo was composed by Devin Nunes as Chairman of the US House Intelligence Commission for the Republican Party. In his comments, Nunes called the memo a "serious violation of public trust". "The American people have a right to know when officials at important institutions are abusing their authority for political purposes," he said.

The secret memo containing highly confidential and sensitive information was released to the public without censorship. The memo's contents focus on FBI surveillance of a member of the Trump campaign team named Carter Page. Page has been the focus of the FBI's attention since 2013, when he met a number of Russians working for the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service in New York.

Mentioned the memo that a document named 'Russian file' containing an unproven charge against Trump, contributed vitally to the issuance of a court order to lurk the Page. The 'Russian file' is composed by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, with funds financed partly from Hillary Clinton's campaign fund, a rival of Trump during past presidential elections.

FBI's electronic e-checking on Page began in October 2016. A number of senior FBI and US Department of Justice officials, including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, are said to approve the reconnaissance.

The disclosure of this memo is deemed to indicate abuse of authority and non- neutral from the FBI which is the top law enforcement agency in the US. The FBI with the US Justice Department has been accused of abusing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act 'program for political purposes.

(nvc / fjp)

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Memo Faction of the Republic of Tuduh FBI Investigator Misused Power

The House Intelligence Committee has released a fiercely challenged memo and outlined accusations of the Republican side that FBI investigators misused power in investigating Russian interference into presidential elections in 2016.

The memo was publicly distributed Friday, shortly after President Donald Trump approved the de-classification of the memo, written by the committee chairman, Devin Nunes of the Republic.

Most of the memos focused on a warrant under the Foreign Intelligence Oversight Act or FISA that allowed the FBI to spy on former Trump's foreign policy adviser , Carter Page, a businessman with a stake in Russia. There is concern with the contacts of Carter Page with Russian intelligence agents.

The memo alleges that a file collected by former British spy Christopher Steele was an important part of the FISA petition, and the FBI did not mention that the file is funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, or that Steele previously made an anti Trump statement. [ps/jm]

FBI Director: Talk That's Easy!

The Director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, told his staff on Friday (2/2) not to be too concerned about the FBI attack by President Trump and Republican members in Congress, and he promised to defend FBI agents.

"Talk it It's easy, but it's your work that will last, "Wray told 35,000 FBI staff in an internal letter.

" You've been through a lot of things in the last nine months, and I know that's often the least shaking. And in the last few days the waves have not calmed down, "he said.

" But I affirm: I am fully committed to our mission and I am with you, "he said.

Earlier Friday, Trump agreed to release a a memo by members of the Republican faction in the US Congress who accused the abuse of power by the FBI and the Prosecutor's Office in handling the investigation of Trump's election campaign and its relation to Russia.

Trump wrote on Twitter before the memo was launched, "FBI Leadership and Investigations and the Attorney have politicized the process of inquiry and Democrats and suppress the Republic – something unthinkable some time ago. "

The released memo raises concern that Wray will likely be forced out of the FBI, just six months after being appointed by Trump, who also sacked Wray's predecessor James Comey, last May.

This Chris Wray letter does not refer to memos or kome Trump's ntar, and does not indicate that he's planning to resign. [ps/jm]

Trump is at odds with the FBI, US Depkeh on the Russian Memo

American President Donald Trump disagrees with both the FBI and the Justice Department about whether to announce or not a secret memo accusing the FBI high officials of being biased against the president.

"Memo Nunes" – the name of Congressman from the Republican faction who drafted the memo in recent weeks – allegedly contains details of Justice Department efforts ahead of the 2016 presidential election calling on the authority of the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court to monitor possible contacts by Trump's campaign advisory team with Russian operations.

Trump says he approves the release of the memo. The White House is expected to release the memo on Thursday (1/2).

However, in a very unusual political standoff with an American president, the FBI – now headed by Trump-appointed person Christopher Wray, said that the bureau it has "serious concern" about the accuracy of the memo. Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in a meeting with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly earlier this week, reportedly asked the White House not to release the secret memo.

Nevertheless, a high-ranking Democrat faction in the House Intelligence panel – Adam Schiff from the state of California said late Wednesday that members of the Republican faction on the committee changed the secret memo before sending it to the White House instead of sending a memo version that has been shown to members of Congress and approved for release to the public in the party ballot.

Schiff said in a letter to the Committee Chairman Devin Nunes – a member of the Republican faction and Trump supporters – that the Democratic faction has learned that the memo has undergone "content changes" that have not been approved or reviewed by members of the committee. He called the situation "very troubling."

"Although the changes made by the Republican group did not correct the great distortions and inaccuracies in your document, it remains substantive," Schiff said.

A spokesman for Nunes responded by a statement stating that the version sent to the White House was only "slightly corrected" and that the Democratic faction sought to distract attention from "the breach specified in the memo."

The memo became the focus of disputes in the divided world of politics in Washington DC, where a number of Republican faction members increasingly voiced complaints against investigations by special investigator Robert Mueller that has been going on for several months and claimed that some Justice Department officials have attempted to undermine the Trump presidency.

Trump has repeatedly said "no collusion" between his campaign teams with Russia . Trump last week also said there was "no attempt to block" the course of an investigation into Russia's involvement. [em/ii]

FBI Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe Backward

Andrew McCabe, the number two in the FBI who has often been criticized by President Donald Trump for his alleged political bias, has resigned from the bureau a few weeks before his retirement in March, an FBI official said Monday (29/1). [19659002] McCabe, an FBI veteran for 22 years and for the past two years has been deputy director of the agency, plans to retire next March when he is eligible to receive a full pension allowance. But the official said McCabe decided to take early retirement, starting Monday, and would not return to work.

The official did not want to be named and gave no further details.

McCabe has been the main target of Trump and Party criticism Republicans against the investigation of Russian involvement, in part because his wife – Jill McCabe – received a donation of hundreds of thousands of dollars from a political action committee headed by former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, for his campaign of nomination as a Senate member who later failed.

McCabe briefly served as the FBI's interim director last year after Trump abruptly dismissed the then FBI director James Comey – who according to reports for handling an inquiry on Russia.

Christopher Wray, a former assistant attorney general, was sworn in as new director of the FBI last August. Last week Axios, a news site, reported that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had pressed [Wray] to dismiss McCabe, but Wray threatened to resign if McCabe was dismissed.

Trump denied that Wray threatened to resign by saying "he will do the job which is good. "[em/ii]