Trump approves release of controversial Republican memo

Trump approves release of controversial Republican memo

Trump approves release of controversial Republican memo



US President Donald Trump cleared a controversial Republican memo on Friday. Trump had accused the Department of Justice and the Investigation Agency FBI for bias, within a few hours after which Trump has taken this step.

It is believed that this move of Trump will increase the confrontation between the President and the top investigating agency of the country. It is alleged that the FBI spied on a member of Trump's election campaign campaign Earlier, a senior official of the Trump administration told reporters in the Air Force One plane that the President can inform Congress that there is no objection to issuing written memos on behalf of the House of Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nuns.

Donald Trump had accused the Department of Justice and the Investigation Agency FBI that he was "prejudiced in favor of the Democrats party and" politicized "the investigation against Republican leaders. White House spokesman Raj Shah said that the documents have been sent to the minorities and majority members of the House of Intelligence. This document has also been sent to Speaker Paul Rayans of the House.

Let me tell you that the memo has allegations that the FBI has misused its surveillance equipment. The allegations of Trumpet have once again dented the image of such people who had appointed themselves. These include FBI director Christopher Rey.

Trump had tweeted that the top leadership and investigation officers of the FBI and the Justice Department have politicized the sacred investigation process in favor of Democrats and against Republican leaders. This is something that could not be thought about till some time ago. There are great people from top to bottom. '

According to sources, this is a parliamentary process and after considering memos it was decided. The official said, "The President has no problem with this." Some officials of the White House feared that FBI director Christopher Rey could resign from his post.
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