The white house declassified the request of the FBI surveillance of the member of staff trump
The administration of the President of the United States declassified documents relating to the surveillance of a former adviser to us President Carter page.
The data were transferred to the New York Times and other news organizations that requested them in accordance with the law of free access to information.
The documents include a request from October 2016 on conducting surveillance of Mr. Paige in the framework of the Law on the monitoring of foreign intelligence (FISA). A part of the document remained hidden.
“The FBI believes that Paige was the object of targeted recruitment by the Russian authorities”, — the newspaper quotes excerpts from the FBI document.
Requesters claimed that the Advisor to Donald trump “has entered into an agreement with the Russian authorities” and “established relations with the Russian officials, including Russian intelligence officers”.
In March, Donald trump instructed the justice Ministry to check leaked to the media information that during the presidential race of 2016, the FBI secretly monitored his staff, introducing to him his informant.