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President Trump agreed Friday to delay the release of key files in the context of the Russia-investigation, asks the general to check the inspector the documents that relates to an “accelerated procedure” in the midst of the Ministry of justice, the publication of which may have a “negative impact” on the trial.

“I met with the DOJ concerning the repeal of the secrecy degree of various UNREDACTED documents. They agreed on the release, but explained that it may be a perceived negative impact on the Russian probe. Also important allies,” called to ask you not to publication” Trump tweeted Friday.

I met with the DOJ concerning the repeal of the secrecy degree of various UNREDACTED documents. They agreed on the release, but explained that it may be a perceived negative impact on the Russian probe. Also important allies”, not called to ask to release it. So, the General-inspector…..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 21, 2018

“So, General-inspector was asked to examine these documents on an accelerated basis. I think he is moving quickly on this (and hopefully other things he sees). In the end I can always declassify, if it proves to be necessary. Speed is very important to me and all!” Trump Added.

….was invited to consider these documents on an accelerated basis. I think he is moving quickly on this (and hopefully other things he sees). In the end I can always declassify, if it proves to be necessary. Speed is very important to me and all!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 21, 2018

The president’s tweets come after his Monday that the intelligence services declassify key documents, could be light on the origins of the Russian interference probe of the administration paralyzed for more than 18 months.

The documents Trump ordered declassified belong to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant against the former campaign aide Carter renewed-page and text messages from former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa page. The President, for months, has shown blasted Strzok and page for the pitch, in your SMS message found first by the justice Department, General inspector Michael Horowitz.

The President on Monday ordered the office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and the Department of justice to release the files, “[a]t the request of a number of committees of the Congress, and for the sake of transparency,” according to a White house statement.

The secret service, had started on Tuesday and, already, the work on the preparation of the documents, although the timeline is unclear.

“If the President issues such as ordering, there are a declassification review triggers-process is performed by various agencies within the intelligence community, to seek, in conjunction with the White house Council, to the safety of America’s national security interests,” a justice spokesman said in a statement to Fox News earlier this week. “The Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to work with the Director of National Intelligence, to comply with the President.”

The documents, all the FBI reports, preparing for interviews, also known as 302s, with Ministry of justice official Bruce ear, and all of the FBI reports, interviews, in connection with applications to the guards, Carter-page, as well as 21 pages of a re-arrest warrant.

June 2017 application was submitted the last of four by the judicial Department in support of the FISA court orders so that the monitoring on the side for almost a year.

The President also ordered the release of unredacted text messages from the former FBI Director, James Comey, and former FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe.

Comey 2017 was fired from the Bureau in may; McCabe, was fired by state attorney General Jeff Sessions, in March,, page, left, was fired, the office in may; and Strzok last month.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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