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Radio Show Recap: Jan 9

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.09.18

**TRUMP BREAKS DOWN WALLS WHILE TALKING ABOUT BUILDING ONE

**IMMIGRATION AND DACA DISCUSSION HAD IN FRONT OF THE CAMERAS – UNPRECEDENTED

**WILL PRESIDENT TRUMP KEEP HIS PROMISE?

**REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS FORCED TO BE TRANSPARENT ON TRUMP’S WATCH

**SENATOR GRASSLEY AND FEINSTEIN COMES TO BLOWS OVER FUSION GPS

**FEINSTEIN RELEASES FULL TRANSCRIPT OF FUSION GPS TESTIMONY TO THE PUBLIC

4:05PM ET – WE AIR THE ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION BETWEEN MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT DISCUSSING IMMIGRATION, DACA AND THE NEXT STEPS TOWARDS RESOLUTION AND A DECISION ON WHO SHOULD STAY AND WHO SHOULD GO.

HAVING CAMERAS IN THE ROOM FOR THIS HEATED DISCUSSION IS UNPRECEDENTED.

5:05PM ET – Sara Carter, Investigative Journalist, puts another FBI move in the spotlight, taking a closer look at the text messages between two agents about President Trump. It appears that they were doing more than talking to one another, but also leaking information to the press.

Several congressional committees are investigating whether employees of the FBI and Department of Justice leaked information to several media outlets, after text messages between senior FBI officials revealed they may have communicated with reporters. The committees are seeking specific information about employees who may have provided information to the media used in stories targeting Trump campaign officials and revealed information about the counterintelligence investigation into Russia’s meddling in the U.S. 2016 presidential election.

The House Intelligence Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee are sifting through the first batch of 375 text messages between demoted FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his FBI colleague and mistress FBI lawyer Lisa Page. Those text messages released by the Justice Department last month to Congress and a select media are only a small portion of the remaining 9,500 text messages between the pair that have yet to be made public.

“We have the commitment from DOJ to get all the text messages,” said a congressional official with the House Intelligence Committee, who said the committee is actively investigating any unauthorized alleged leaks to the media.