Graham plans to ‘deep dive’ on government surveillance abuse allegations

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Special counsel shall transmit the documents about Flynn’s January 2017-interview with FBI; sen. Lindsey Graham weighs in on the latest in the Mueller probe.

Incoming Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, said on Wednesday the Committee plans to investigate allegations of government surveillance abuse in the midst of the continuing concerns about the FBI and Department of justice efforts to watch Trump’s campaign Advisor during the race in 2016.

Graham, the comments made after the meeting on Capitol Hill with the William Barr, the President of the candidate for attorney General.

“I’m doing a deep dive in the FISA issue, I think he will be a part of it,” Graham said Barr.

Republicans have raised questions about the FBI to secure the efforts of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act guaranteed to Wake up with the people in connection to trump as part of the Russia investigation, including the Trump campaign consultant Carter page.


Republicans have suggested it to be inadmissible, was that of the infamous, famous, unverified Dossiers financed by the Democrats during the 2016 campaign “formed a substantial part” of the application to spy on page.

In the past year, the White house alarm over the arrest warrant to spy expressed on the page, saying it “raises serious questions about the integrity of decisions and to use at the highest levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI, the government’s most Intrusive surveillance tools against American citizens.”


Graham’s comments come on the same day it was reported that the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his role in the coming weeks.

President Trump has about in public, such as Rosenstein signed the FISA surveillance guarantee for the page. The President has complained repeatedly that the DOJ and FBI get efforts to that a monitoring warrant.

But Graham said Barr stated that he will not interfere with Special Counsel Robert Mueller probe, if confirmed, as a successor of Jeff Sessions.

“I asked Mr. Barr directly do you think, Bob, Mr. Miller is on a witch hunt? He said no … And they see no reason for Mr. Müller, the investigation is to be terminated. He said no,” Graham said.

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.

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