Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump seethes over Russia probe, calls for end to 'SPYGATE'

Trump seethes over Russia probe, calls for end to 'SPYGATE'

This is information that does tie directly into the Robert Muller investigation.

Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Emmet Flood, was spotted on camera leaving a highly classified meeting between lawmakers and members of the Department of Justice to analyze the evidence about whether or not a spy was placed inside the Trump campaign.

On Thursday, two highly classified confidential meetings took place with the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with several lawmakers who wanted some information about this alleged spy that was in the Donald Trump campaign.

A solid plurality of this contingent continue to avert their eyes from the facts and dismiss the claims of misconduct as peddled by tinfoil-hat conspiracy theorists.

"There have been a few days where he says, 'Maybe you guys are right, '" Giuliani said, "Then he goes right back to, 'Why shouldn't I?'"

WIBC host Tony Katz spoke with Margot Cleveland on his afternoon show, Wednesday. "No FBI would put informants in another presidential campaign without permission from the White House, including the president", he said on "Outnumbered".

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The Justice Department official who would be the one to receive any complaints from Giuliani would presumably be Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller a year ago in the wake of Comey's firing and was present for Thursday's briefings.

Trump said that lawmakers will probably be troubled once they see documents regarding the use of the source.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had originally said no one from the White House would attend the briefing.

Former FBI Director James Comey is defending the FBI's use of a secret informant in the Russian Federation investigation, saying the practice is "tightly regulated and essential to protecting the country". In particular, the presence of Nunes, who was forced to step aside from oversight of the Russian Federation investigation for much of 2017 after an ethics complaint over disclosure of classified information, raised concern from Democrats.

After Democrats strongly objected that a GOP-only intelligence briefing was inappropriate, the Justice Department late Wednesday scheduled a second briefing for bipartisan congressional leaders and the same intelligence officials.

President Donald Trump's lawyers and special counsel Robert Mueller discussed a potential January 27, 2018, interview of the President before talks between the two sides stalled, sources briefed on the discussions told CNN.

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Trump also tweeted: "Look how things have turned around on the Criminal Deep State".

Former U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino told Ingraham that "the biggest open question" in this entire Trump campaign surveillance controversy is, "What was the genesis moment in this campaign?"

Over the weekend, the president demanded the Department of Justice to start an investigation into the matter.

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Sen. Chuck Schumer of NY, the top Senate Democrat, continued to push Thursday morning for the first meeting to be scrapped altogether, calling Nunes a "known partisan" out to undermine Mueller's investigation. But NPR and other news outlets have identified him as Stefan Halper, a retired professor who served in several Republican presidential administrations.

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