FOX NEWS EXCLUSIVE: DISSECTING THE CARTER PAGE FISA APPLICATION - Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee asked President Trump last month to declassify key sections of the surveillance warrant application for ex-campaign aide Carter Page, according to a letter obtained by Fox News ... The heavily-redacted application outlining the justifications for surveilling Page, which was approved and renewed several times by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), was released over the weekend after a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. “Because DOJ (Department of Justice) and FBI continue to obstruct the Committee's investigation, it is time to put the facts in the public domain,” the letter, dated June 14, states.
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