Ex-trump-consultant page rips Obama-era ‘monitoring’ wants to testify in public

The former trump campaign consultant Carter has asked to leave the house legislator to testify in an open session, to his side in the ongoing trial of the Russian meddling in the 2016 race always his innocence and blasting the Obama administration for putting him in “legitimate” monitoring.

At this rate, Russia investigations on Capitol Hill, the side of his request, made in a 23-page letter to two House intelligence committee members.

“I try look forward, testimony on the record in these matters before your Committee on Tuesday, may 6. June,” he wrote.

Side, a peripheral figure in the Trump campaign, adding that he understands that his statement “may be taking place behind closed doors”, but calls for “some form of life can be allowed access to the public.”

The letter was sent, in order to make repetitions. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and Michael Conaway, R-Texas.

Page has been a sought-after witness in the various Washington probes in relation to Russian interference in the campaign. Page also claimed that he was under undue surveillance under the Obama administration, and said that he was “in contact” with the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein, newly appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and other justice Department officials” over the several pending requests for the immediate release of the illegitimate FISA warrants that were allegedly filed by the Obama Administration against me in 2016.”

Page insisted in the letter, “I was the first known person allegedly under the intense surveillance by the Obama administration as part of your 2016 political intelligence operation.”

The investigation, in him, he was what page calls the notorious anti-trump “dodgy dossier” written by a former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele. Page wrote that he considers the investigation of him as a “race to the bottom” in terms of irrelevancy.”

As reported by Fox News on November 5. May, then-FBI Director James Comey as the dossier is so important that he insisted the final intelligence community report on Russia’s interference will be recorded in January.

Comey was triggered by President Trump to the 9. May.

The dossier contained salacious accusations at the then-candidate Donald Trump. The classified version of the intelligence report issued at the end of the Obama administration include a summary of the document, as an attachment. Both President Barack Obama and President-elect Trump were presented with the results. The New York Times cited two anonymous sources saying that the office had offered to pay to Steele $50,000 for the dossier.

In British court documents, signed by Steele in April, a reference to the part of the dossier he prepared was filed described as the need “to be analyzed and further studied/verified”, The Guardian.

Page reiterates in the letter that he never had any direct relationship or meeting with Trump, despite his role as “informal, unpaid member of his campaign Committee.”

In bold, page emphasized, “I’ve never done anything wrong, in Russia or with a Russian person,” and that he “looks forward to the publication of the contents of my illegitimate FISA warrant.”

Pamela K. Browne, Senior Executive Producer at the FOX News Channel (FNC) and is the Director of Long-Form series and Specials. Your has been recognized with the journalism, with several awards. Browne first came to start FOX in 1997, the news magazine “Fox files,” and later, “war Stories”.

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