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The FBI will declassify documents on the "Russian case." Trump ordered.

Donald Trump ordered to declassify some of the documents relating to the so-called "Russian business", reports RIA News message from White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders.

In order to make the case transparent, the president instructed the heads of the FBI and the Justice Ministry to immediately declassify some materials on Carter Page’s activities (Trump’s former adviser, expert in the oil and gas sector) and Bruce Ora, “prepared in connection with the Russian investigation,” said Sanders.

Trump also instructed to publish without editing all the SMS messages of the ex-head of the FBI James Komi, the former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe, the former counterintelligence officer of the same special services Peter Strzhok, lawyer Foxa Page and staff member of the Justice Ministry Bruce Ora.

Earlier, a group of Republican congressmen called on the president to declassify the main documents relating to the investigation of "Russia's actions" during the election campaign of 2016.

FBI officer Peter Strzhok was dismissed from the Bureau in mid-August. In his reports to FBI lawyer Lisa Page, he, in particular, wrote that he could not stop presidential candidate Donald Trump. The counterintelligence officer then worked on the investigations both with respect to the Trump team and with respect to the second candidate, Hillary Clinton.

Recall that the investigation of "Russian interference" in the American elections, as well as Trump's alleged ties with Moscow, is conducted under the direction of Special Prosecutor Robert Muller. The White House and the Kremlin reject all accusations. Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov called them "absolutely unfounded."
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  1. bessmertniy
    bessmertniy 18 September 2018 11: 36
    Perhaps Trump has nothing to fear, once allowed to declassify.
    1. vkl.47
      vkl.47 18 September 2018 11: 53
      There, as always, "with a high degree of probability"
    2. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 18 September 2018 11: 57
      Judging by the fact that only part of the collected material is subject to declassification - the stigma of many in the cannon. wink
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 18 September 2018 12: 05
        so much do not care about their "declassification" that even do not care too lazy ... we are planning a conversation with Israel ... this is much more serious.
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 18 September 2018 12: 07
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          we are planning a conversation with Israel ... this is much more serious

          God grant that the "concerns" are not limited to ...
    3. Proxima
      Proxima 18 September 2018 12: 26
      Quote: bessmertniy
      Perhaps Trump has nothing to fear, once allowed to declassify.

      You just need to look "where the wind is blowing from". All this hype started after Trump's adequate statements about Russia and Putin’s political course... And after that, immediately, such cliches appeared in the American mass media: "Tramp - henchman Kremlin " belay и "Russia intervenes in american elections". No.
      How else? There are probably no other options ... lol laughing
  2. Teberii
    Teberii 18 September 2018 11: 49
    There is nothing, the tales of the Vienna Woods, and all.
    APASUS 18 September 2018 19: 19
    What is this news, where are the declassified documents? And then again it turns out that some kind of blogger on the wall with a nail wrote a slogan in support, but we already had enough ..................