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Social’s Memo to Nunes: The FBI Memo Was a Bigtime Dud

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The investigation into Russia's role in the election of President Donald Trump has taken yet another twist, but this time it's the Justice Dept.'s turn on the hot seat. Last Friday, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) released a memo alleging the investigation is tainted. Why? In seeking a warrant to spy on former Trump campaign operative Carter Page, the memo says the FBI and Justice relied on the infamous Steele Dossier. The unverified dossier, compiled by former MI6 intelligence officer Christopher Steele, alleged that Russian intelligence agencies have blackmail material on Trump and that the Kremlin cultivated him as a presidential candidate as far back as 2011. According to the Nunes memo, the dossier was funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign, adding that Steele wasn't even a reliable agent. The memo would cast shade on the entire investigation by suggesting it has become politicized… if it were entirely true. But as Democrats and journalists alike were quick to point out, surveillance of Page was based on more than just the Steele Dossier, and the Nunes memo omits key facts proving that. For its misleading content, the memo gets 83 percent negative sentiments online, with many calling it bogus. –Hugo Guzman



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