Watch: Carter Page Says Mueller Reports Only Tells Half The Story
In the wake of the Mueller report, there have been growing scrutiny over edits and omissions in Mueller's findings. Dems exploded after Bill Barr was given permission to release those documents. Likely because of all the reported illegal spying that went on.
One such person who was famously spied on using bogus warrants, Carter Page, is speaking out. In an exclusive with Fox News, he says that Mueller's report doesn't tell the whole story. He adds that we can expect more to come out as documents are released.
"I had a longstanding relationship with the CIA, going back decades, essentially," Page said. "I was always very transparent, open."
Former Trump foreign policy aide Carter Page said Sunday that U.S. intelligence informant Stefan Halper "intensified" communications with him as the FBI worked to obtain a secret surveillance warrant to monitor Page, shortly after he and Halper met for the first time at a research institute symposium in Cambridge, England, in July 2016.
Page's remarks on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" come as the Justice Department is set to unearth new documents this week concerning the origins of the Russia probe. A DOJ court filing Thursday, meanwhile, provided more details about a crucial period just before Halper allegedly sprang into action to seek more information on future National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
Within days of a January 2016 Flynn phone call to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak referenced in the court filing, Russian-born U.K. academic Svetlana Lokhova said Halper suddenly contacted her to gain information on Flynn. Asked about the timing, a source familiar with the situation told Fox News that "nothing is a coincidence" when it comes to Halper, and that Kislyak was likely under U.S. surveillance.
"I had a longstanding relationship with Professor Halper," Page told host Maria Bartiromo. "I always believe in 'innocent until proven guilty,' but my conversations with him intensified right in the month before my illegitimate FISA warrant in September 2016, when all these defamatory articles are being placed by the [Democratic National Committee]."
It looks like the Deep State and shady Democrats are going to have a lot to answer for before this is all over. Once they fully uncover the extreme misuse of authority to spy on the Trump campaign, we fully expect to see some key players in cuffs.