Carter Page: The Dodgy Dossier was a Political Stunt and False

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Former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page struggled to explain Tuesday how he could be an informal adviser to the Kremlin and also advise an American presidential campaign. President Trump himself cited the FBI's harsh treatment of Clinton as a reason to fire then-FBI Director James Comey.

But he declined to say where the president was leaning and White House officials said they could not predict Trump's ultimate decision.

But critics say the memo omits important information, including other evidence used in the FISA application for Page and the fact that the political nature of the dossier was disclosed to the judge.

"Now that a few of the misdeeds against the Trump Movement have been partially revealed, I look forward to updating my pending legal action in opposition to DOJ this weekend in preparation for Monday's next small step on the long, potholed road toward helping to restore law and order in our great country".

During a "Good Morning America" interview, Carter Page defended his Russian Federation ties by downplaying his previous boasts about advising The Kremlin back in 2013.

In an interview Tuesday, Carter Page said there was "no basis" for the FIB's surveillance of him, which he believes violated the constitution.

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Page and Ingraham also discussed a paragraph in the dossier that Page disputed, which said he met with Russian oil magnate Igor Sechin. The Steele dossier does not identify its sources and Page has denied any wrongdoing.

Podobny, protected from prosecution by diplomatic immunity, has returned to Russian Federation.

Says Page, "Does that make me an evil villain, as some of your sources would like to have you think?"

The FBI has reportedly been investigating Page for his possible involvement in a Russian-related espionage matter since 2013, but Page has not been charged with anything.

Page told the Federal Bureau of Investigation at their June 2013 meeting that the officers might better spend their time investigating the Boston Marathon bombing, which had occurred the previous April, according to a letter Page sent to Democrats on Nunes' committee last May. I don't think I've ever met him.

Gidley added that, "While President Trump has the utmost respect and support for the rank-and-file members of the F.B.I., the anti-Trump bias at the top levels that appear to have existed is troubling".

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