Collision between Trump and FBI: Controversial Memo Released
Collision between Trump and FBI: Controversial Memo Released. The FBI and the US Department of Justice have deceived a judge to listen to an employee of Donald Trump’s election campaign. This would appear from a memo released today.
US President Donald Trump permitted to release the memo. Even though his own advisers and security service urgently advised him not to.
FBI on Hand Democrats
The memo, which was drawn up by Republicans, would contain examples of errors made by the FBI, such as bias against President Trump. Before releasing the memo, Trump twittered that the FBI is not on its side, but on the hand of the Democrats.
The top Leadership and Investigators of the FBI and the Justice Department have politicized the sacred investigative process in favor of Democrats and against Republicans – something which would have been unthinkable just a short time ago. Rank & File are great people!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 2, 2018
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According to the Democrats, issuing the memo is an attempt to undermine the investigation into the connection between Trump’s campaign team and Russia. They argue that the Republicans use the selectively secret information to discredit special prosecutor Robert Mueller, who is in charge of the investigation.
Bringing Research into Disrepute
“Trump wants to discredit the investigation that goes to him and thus paints the researchers as biased and corrupt. Because if something negative comes out at the end of the ride, he can say: that comes from the left-wing liars, do not worry about it, do not believe it “, says American correspondent Erik Mouthaan.
The FBI also responded to the memo. The service deems it misleading and says that national security is at risk because it is quoted from confidential documents.
It is the intention that Trump will be heard in the coming weeks in the investigation into interference by Russia. “So just count on that there will be more hits in this fight until then,” says Mouthaan.