The FISA memo has been released: Here’s what’s in it

The White House has declassified the FISA memo, a four-page document drafted by the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes (R-CA). Fox News reported on the known contents of the memo:

“A high-ranking official who testified that without that ‘dodgy dossier,’ the unverified dossier compiled by Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele, there would have been no hope for a FISA memo [sic],” John Roberts reported, referring to authorization for surveillance on the Trump campaign. “That official, according to the memo, who provided that testimony, was none other than the deputy director of the FBI, the former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe, who resigned suddenly  on Monday after the FBI director Christopher Wray had read the memo on Sunday night.”

The FISA memo has been made public.

Analysis on the memo from political experts:

A clear ethical violation:

FISA warrant used for surveillance on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page:

McCabe confirmed Steele dossier crucial to FISA warrant:

This is breaking news. More information will be provided as forthcoming.

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