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BREAKING: President Trump Ordered The Declass of All Obamagate Docs!


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As reported by Lou Dobbs, Newsmax and John Solomon, President Trump has officially ordered the declass of all Obamagate documents.

Listen to the announcement here:

Thank you John Solomon over at JustTheNews for this excellent report:

For most of the last two years of his presidency Donald Trump has repeatedly and unwaveringly insisted he would declassify all the relevant evidence in the now discredited Russia collusion probe.

He first raised the idea in an interview with me back in September 2018, insisting then he was waiting for the Mueller Report to come out and exonerate him before he completed the task.

“I have been asked by many people in Congress as you know to release them,” he said back then. “I have watched commentators that I respect begging the president of the United States to release them. … And I have had many people ask me to release them. Not that I didn’t like the idea, but I wanted to wait. I wanted to see what, you know, where it was all going. And I think this whole, it’s a hoax.”

After Special Counsel Robert Mueller cleared him of Russian collusion, Trump promised the declassifications were coming.

And some did, like the Peter Strzok-Lisa Page text messages and the explosive interview notes of a lead FBI agent who admitted the bureau never had any evidence of collusion but sustained the probe in a failed effort to “get Trump.”

But some of the most tantalizing and explosive documents remain kept from the public by bureaucracies intent on hiding their biggest failures. And the continued shielding of these documents has prevented the public from understanding how the Russia collusion narrative was falsely spun up by Hillary Clinton and her inner circle in a desperate attempt in 2016 to “vilify” her Republican opponent and distract from her own woes on Russia and her email scandal.

The seal on these essential documents has remained even after Trump made this bold promise just a few months ago: “I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax. Likewise, the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal,” Trump tweeted in October. “No redactions!”

Now, the president has less than seven days to deliver, or let the bureaucrats win.

Over the last two years, I assembled a running list of the most important documents still to be declassified. Here it is:

  1. Documents showing all the requests made by Obama administration officials to unmask the overseas phone calls of Trump campaign, transition and family members from the beginning of the 2016 election through Inauguration Day 2017. These records have been declassified by Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe but have been awaiting Attorney General William Barr’s permission for release, officials told Just the News.

  2. The FBI interview reports of Igor Danchenko, the man identified as the primary sub-source for the Christopher Steele dossier, and any intelligence community documents raising concerns since 2008 that Danchenko had contacts with Russian intelligence.

  3. Any and all documents gathered during the Justice Department inspector general’s office interviews with Christopher Steele, including any notes or documents he turned over concerning his interactions with the FBI and any interview reports, synopses or transcripts.

  4. All FBI 302 interview reports, confidential human source validation reports and CHS contact reports for Christopher Steele and Stefan Halper from May 2016 to December 2018.

  5. All records showing whether and why Steele or Halper were ever discontinued as confidential human sources for the FBI and CIA.

  6. All FBI text messages about the Russia investigation between former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Assistant Director Bill Priestap, FBI attorney Lisa Page or agent Peter Strzok.

  7. The 2018 classified report of referral from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence to the CIA concerning spy tradecraft failures in the Russia Intelligence Community Assessment.

  8. The classified appendix to the DOJ inspector general’s report on the FBI Mid-Year Exam investigation, which has been sought by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) for more than a year.

  9. All threat assessment and risk assessment documents produced in connection with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) review and approval of the Uranium One transaction to Rosatom’s ArmZ subsidiary in 2010.

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