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Rep. Matt Gaetz, and “The Russia-dizziness’ author Gregg Jarrett weigh in on the content of secret FBI transcripts from Russia probe.
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz, revealed Monday night that the “most compelling” evidence in the Trump-Russia consultation, investigation days, if not weeks, away.
According To Gaetz, R-Fla., secret unpublished transcripts with former trump-helper George Papadopoulos show that he denied it an illegal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia and that intelligence officials was not available, the information to the FISA court.
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“I believe that we are days, if not weeks aways for the most convincing evidence in the biggest political scandal in American history,” said Gaetz on “Hannity” on Monday.
“It was sent to the Western secret services, to spy, Papadopoulos, and there is a recording and transcript of the conversation. And there, Papadopoulos any illegal conspiracy disputes between the Trump campaign, and Russia. So, you evidence probably had, that was against Papadopoulos, and for him. What you do not defend in the position to, is that they never imagined that the evidence for the FISA court.”
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy mentioned such transcripts during an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” suggesting it is likely the FBI would have the transcripts of the conversations between the informant and Papadopoulos and calls you to change the game, if made public.
Gaetz said that this information is what Attorney General William Barr spoke about last week with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer.
“This is what attorney General Barr, when he talks about you put your thumb on the scale. The government has to present a commitment in front of a secret court without a defender, all exculpatory evidence, that they are provided all of the exculpatory evidence,” said Gaetz.
Gaetz argued why the evidence is so important.
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“Here, you can only use the evidence presented that would throw people in connection with the trump campaign in a bad light, without their many and varied professions of innocence,” said Gaetz.
“Well, to tell Comey and clapper and Brennan go, Papadopoulos could have known, he was monitored, as he said, none of this stuff was actually happening. But it is still no excuse for why you go to court.”
Fox News’ Liam Quinn contributed to this report.