President Trump threatens to ‘declassify and release’ FISA documents following conclusion of Mueller probe

President Donald Trump is determined to get back at the people within the Deep State who allowed Robert Mueller’s probe into alleged collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign and the Kremlin to get off the ground.

Trump has said he plans to “declassify and release” documents related to the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) court hearing that set the collusion controversy in motion, including “full and unredacted” copies of the warrant that was issued by the court to surveil a member of his 2016 campaign.

Holding Back

The president said on Wednesday night’s episode of Fox News’ Hannity that he wanted to release the documents at the beginning of the investigation, but he did not on the advice of his lawyers, who told him releasing the documents that early could be considered a form of obstruction of justice.

Thankfully, the president did not need to release them to garner a win over Mueller and his supporters on the left.

“We got a great result without having to do it, but we will,” Trump said of releasing the documents.

It is unclear when the documents will be released, but Trump maintains that it will happen eventually.

Handing Out Criticism

In his interview with Sean Hannity, Trump also made his feelings towards certain members of the political and justice system — past and present — quite clear.

Trump said James Comey, the former director of the FBI, was a “terrible guy,” and he characterized John Brennan, the former CIA Director, as mentally ill.

President Trump also hit Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who has refused to stop making claims of collusion, as a criminal.

When these documents are eventually made public, at least one of those men will have to answer for all of this.

For his part, Comey went on the record to discredit the infamous Christopher Steele dossier — and he must now defend why he relied on it so heavily to secure FISA warrants.

Brennan should also be getting raked over the coals by the media. According to Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a high-level source confirmed that Brennan was among those pushing the dossier to be used against Trump.

It was all part of an elaborate scheme — and it’s time for someone to pay the price.

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