Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein launched a tirade on House Republican lawmakers and staffers in May, after they requested records about the FBI’s investigative strategy in the Russia case, according to a congressional email documenting the meeting, as well as two additional sources.
On Monday afternoon President Donald Trump agreed to declassify the Carter Page FISA docs and other documents requested by the House Oversight and House Committee.
Freedom Caucus member Mark Meadows tweeted on the development yesterday afternoon.
Mark Meadows: “Transparency wins. This is absolutely the right call from @POTUS. It’s time to get the full truth on the table so the American people can decide for themselves on what happened at the highest levels of their FBI and Justice Department.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman, Devin Nunes, said this week that Democrats and the media are likely to be frightened by the information contained in Trump-Russia documents that Republicans are asking President Trump to declassify.
By now, most people are aware there was no FISA-court hearing on the Carter Page surveillance warrant. It was the news over the Labor Day weekend. Everyone talked about it, blogged about it, uploaded videos about it and gnashed their teeth in frustration and confusion.