Fox News: House FISA Abuse Memo Has Been Declassified - Trump Dossier Used to Obtain FISA Warrant

‘The memo states that a high-ranking law enforcement official told the House Intelligence Committee in a closed door session that the bureau would not have obtained a surveillance warrant for Trump campaign aide without the controversial dossier’

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HERRIDGE: "Fox News can now confirm that the four-page memo has been declassified. A letter was sent this morning from the White House. Based on new information and intelligence we gathered here at Fox, we can report the memo states that a high-ranking law enforcement official told the House Intelligence Committee in a closed door session that the Bureau would not have obtained a surveillance warrant for Trump campaign aide without the controversial dossier funded by the DNC and Clinton campaign. We also understand the memo states the F.B.I. and Justice Department in their application to the highly secret surveillance court known as the FISA Court used media reporting to lend credibility to the dossier that was compiled by the opposition research firm Fusion GPS." 

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