Fox News: House Intel Demands DoJ Send All Documentation for Alleged Trump Wiretap

‘The House Intelligence Committee demanding evidence to back up the president’t claim that President Obama ordered wiretaps on phones in Trump Tower during the election’

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HERRIDGE: "The Republican and Democratic leadership of the House Intelligence Committee sent a private letter to the Justice Department, requesting all documentation, so applications, warrants or orders that applied to alleged wiretaps of Donald Trump and his team during the campaign. Today's deadline is significant, coming just one week before the committee’s first public hearing on the Russia investigation. The FBI director James Comey, NSA director Mike Rogers, whose agency does surveillance, former CIA director John Brennan, former director of National Intelligence James Clapper as well as former acting attorney general Sally Yates have been called to testify." 

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