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Byron York: Obama-era intelligence officials not to eat, because ‘we know what you did’

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Trump authorized Barr to declassify intelligence-with reference to the 2016 campaign monitoring; Fox News contributor Byron weighs in at York.

Why are Obama-era intelligence officials to be so concerned with the President Trump’s call to declassify information about the origin of the Russian probe?

“Because we don’t know exactly what they did,” Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York said Friday on “The story with Martha MacCallum.”

Trump vowed Friday to uncover, to see the origins of the Russia-investigation for all, after he approved the lifting of the security classification of documents in connection with the monitoring of its campaign during the 2016 presidential elections.

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“We do everything,” said the President on Friday.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., blasted the President for permission, the publication of the secret materials, called it a “corrupt escalation of the President’s intention,” to politicize the intelligence community.

York argues that the President and the attorney General are trying to Barr, to the end of a story, which has become a public concern.

“We are learning in DRIBs and drabs something that we need to have a larger figure is on what is said, the President and the attorney General are trying to get to,” York.

Ensure that confidential material will be published York, says that it is Barr ‘ s job to ensure that what needs to be kept confidential.

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“There are a few things that must remain secret. Most of the can be it is released. These are the judgments, the attorney General, will give the public an idea of what is going on,” said York said.

York added, “But in this one, especially since it will remove a matter of such concern to the public, to a party to try to use this trump card-Russia affair, the President from the office. I mean, it is the highest need for the public to know about this. The way of the President, by delegating it to the attorney-General to do it, a child, but in fast fashion.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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