A new report from James Rosen, claims that President Trump is preparing to release the Carter Page FISA docs in the coming weeks.
According Rosen, President Trump is looking to declassify the documents around the same time Inspector General Michael Horowitz releases his report on the FISA abuses.
ABC 3340 reported that Attorney General William Barr has already begun investigating the investigators at both the DOJ and FBI.
DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, probing the same matters, is said to be drafting his final report, due within six weeks or so.
Any declassification by the president is expected to occur around that time and to focus on the surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in October 2016.
John Solomon of The Hill, appeared on Hannity several months back, and explained how the FISA abuse started.
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Rosen went on to explain that for the White House and Congressional Republicans, the forthcoming Inspector General report is an eagerly anticipated event, with the outstanding questions being whether Michael Horowitz will find any wrongdoing, and whether that will entail criminal referrals for potential prosecution.
Washington Examiner reported that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s investigation into possible abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act by the Justice Department and FBI should be complete in the next couple months, Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday.
During a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on the Justice Department’s budget proposal, Barr said “the Office of the Inspector General has a pending investigation of the FISA process in the Russian investigation, and I expect that that will be complete probably in May or June, I am told.”