President Trump announced Friday his plans to declassify and publicly release the Democratic ‘rebuttal’ memo to the House Intelligence Committee’s bombshell FISA document; telling reporters he plans on “releasing a letter soon.”
The President was speaking with journalists at the White House when he was asked whether his administration planned on releasing the Democrats official response to Rep. Devin Nunes’ explosive four-page document.
“It’s going to be released soon. We’re going to be releasing a letter soon,” Trump told reporters.
House Democrats claim their new memo directly refutes controversial claims made in the Nunes document, which showed widespread corruption and blatant anti-Trump biases throughout the Department of Justice and the FBI.
“He met with the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein within the last hour to discuss some of the differences between the two memos,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters earlier this week.
“When it’s completed, the President will be given a thorough briefing on the findings of the different organizations and stakeholders that are involved, and will make a determination at that time,” she added.