‘Spying did occur’ by intelligence agencies on Trump campaign - AG Barr

‘Spying did occur’ by intelligence agencies on Trump campaign - AG Barr

‘Spying did occur’ by intelligence agencies on Trump campaign - AG Barr

"I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal", Barr told the panel. Not only is he suggesting that was a possibility, he is also vowing to look into it. The question is, was it was adequately predicated?

Inspector General Michael Horowitz is investigating whether the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department followed proper procedures when they applied for a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant to conduct surveillance on former Trump adviser Carter Page and his ties to Russian Federation.

Meadows told SaraACarter.com that testimony provided by Barr to both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees over the past several days showed Barr's exemplary knowledge of the facts and his determination to seek justice. He was mocked by the media. "I have concerns about various aspects of it".

President Donald Trump speaks to members of the media on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, before boarding Marine One helicopter, Wednesday, April 10, 2019. Later he praised FBI Director Christopher Wray.

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Lowey asked Barr a very simple question: Who is right - the President, who says he was totally exonerated on the question of collusion and obstruction or Mueller, who Barr directly quoted in his summary letter, saying "while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him?" "There are a lot of rules put in place to make sure that there's an adequate basis before our law enforcement agencies get involved in political surveillance". Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire. "The question is whether it was adequately predicated". Trump and his allies have falsely claimed that the dossier, which was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee to compile research about Trump, including possible connections to Russian Federation, was used by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to improperly obtain a secret search warrant in order to monitor the communications of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

Barr's inquiry is separate from a long-running investigation by the Justice Department's inspector general. "I don't trust Barr, I trust Mueller". Trump said past year he would "probably" support an earlier version of the STATES Act if it reached his desk-and Barr seems to be echoing that same supportive-but-not-endorsing sentiment.

The special counsel's office did not establish that, Barr has said, nor did it establish that Trump broke the law in trying to frustrate the investigation.

Although Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton received counterintelligence briefings about the threat of infiltration by foreign spies, it isn't clear what they were told. "I am saying that I am concerned about it and am looking into it". Justice Roberts' opinion said it can be upheld as a tax even though it couldn't otherwise be upheld", Barr said, calling the mandate "unconstitutional in my opinion", and adding, "But for finding it a tax you would have had five votes against it.

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