Trump Says He Will Declassify FISA in Exclusive ‘Hannity’ Interview
President Trump said Thursday that he will declassify the FISA applications, the 302s, and the Gang of Eight notebook in an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity.
“It will all be declassified. I’m glad I waited because I thought that maybe they would obstruct if I did it early and I think I was right,” said Trump.
Moreover, Trump said Attorney General William Barr will can take ‘a very strong look’ at the documents.
Sara Carter, who’s been following the Russia probe into the Trump campaign from the start, spoke to this reporter on the importance of the President’s decision to declassify.
“Based on the insurmountable evidence that people within the FBI and DOJ were targeting the Trump administration and going so far as to gather sources inside the White House, I think it’s imperative that the President declassify the FISA documents, the 302s, the Gang of Eight notebook, and any other documents that can be declassified into the bureaus investigation into the trump campaign and Russia.” said Carter, “The American people deserve to know the truth and if laws were broken those people should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.”
Further, President Trump congratulated three reporters for their findings on the now debunked Russia collusion investigation, Sara Carter was among the three.
“Well, I think it’s incredible when you hear it. These are great reporters, all three, and when you have them on your trail, that’s a problem,” said Trump. “These are people that should be getting Pulitzers, not the ones that got the Pulitzers that got everything wrong.”