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JUST THE NEWS: U.S. intel to declassify more evidence showing why FBI Russia probe was broken from start
Intelligence Director Ratcliffe authorized to declassify evidence showing FBI warned Russia collusion probe was based in part on political dirty trick by 2016 Clinton’s campaign.
By John Solomon
Updated: October 6, 2020 - 11:43am
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has been authorized by President Trump to declassify this week highly sensitive evidence that shows the FBI had immediate warning signs that its Russia collusion probe was based on flawed evidence and a political dirty trick launched by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Officials told Just the News the evidence to be made public will provide the underlying materials supporting Ratcliffe’s revelation last week that U.S. intelligence referred to the FBI in fall 2016 – that Hillary Clinton had ordered her 2016 campaign to concoct a false narrative that Democratic rival Donald Trump was colluding with Moscow.
The officials said the information could be released as early as Tuesday. Trump gave the instructions while in the hospital over the weekend for coronavirus treatment, they also said.
CIA Director Gina Haspel has opposed releasing some of the information on the grounds that the agency could not fully determine whether some of the Russian intelligence that the U.S. intercepted was misinformation.