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A key Republican member of the House Judiciary Committee says the Obama Justice Department has some explaining to do.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s inability to find collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia begs the question of why officials sought FISA warrants to wiretap one-time campaign adviser Carter Page, Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, said Sunday on Fox News.
The article goes on to state the following:
He said Attorney General William Barr, who recently testified “spying did occur” on Trump’s campaign, needs to seek answers.
“I’m glad that he has focused on getting the Mueller report out in a redacted form that people can see, but now his focus needs to be answering his own question, as he said, there was spying, the Obama Justice Department and intelligence community did spy on the Trump campaign,” Ratcliffe said on “Sunday Morning Futures.”
“The question now that needs to be answered is was there a predicate for that?” he added. “Particularly when the predicate was supposedly that there was collusion. Now we know there’s no evidence of collusion. Again Bob Mueller didn’t say if there was insufficient evidence of collusion. He said, ‘No evidence.’ He said, ‘There isn’t any evidence.’ So if there wasn’t any evidence of collusion what was the probable cause, what was the predicate for the Obama Justice Department to go to the FISA court and represent that there was probable cause of a crime of a conspiracy with Russia and the folks that made those verifications, they got some explaining to do.”
— Maria Bartiromo (@MariaBartiromo) April 21, 2019
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