FBI Director Christopher Wray and the DOJ is requesting all names be redacted from the explosive FISA memo.
As The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reported, Carter told Fox News host Sean Hannity Wednesday that there was a concerted effort by the intelligence community to block the release of the memo.
According to earlier reports, five FBI officials visited the White House this week and revised the House intelligence memo.
BUT, President Trump will approve the release of the GOP memo without the redactions requested by FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Axios reported: A Senior White House official told reporters Thursday that President Trump will likely tell Congress Friday that he approves of releasing a classified memo alleging FISA abuse by the FBI. The official also said he “doubts” there will be any redactions. “It’s in Congress’ hands after that,” he said.
Why it matters: Trump will likely receive backlash from the left as well as the FBI for giving his approval, especially after the FBI warned in a rare statement Wednesday that they have “grave concerns” about the document.