Trump could hold FISA docs until 2020 campaign

President Trump told The New York Post in an exclusive interview that he may hold the declassify FISA warrant applications and other documents from Robert Mueller’s probe under wraps until needed.

In a broad discussion the President said he would release them if the Democrats went after his office or his family, but would like to hold off until his re-election campaign in 2020.

“I think that would help my campaign. If they want to play tough, I will do it. They will see how devastating those pages are,” Trump told The Post exclusively.

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7 thoughts on “Trump could hold FISA docs until 2020 campaign

  1. I thought the reason he didn’t declas before midterms was because of the Hatch act. Here he is saying he will literally use it to influence the 2020 election. If that’s the case, why didn’t he release them before midterms, and possibly save the House?

    Also, he says that if he had already declassed, it would have been ‘yesterdays news’ by now. Q said FISA would bring down the house. Those two statements conflict.

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    • Will, Q is right FISA will bring down the house. They are all lined up like little ducks. Trump will know when to use it. The word here is “Trust”.

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  2. Thing is he did say “He has the declassify FISA” it will drive the Dems crazy knowing this. Love it! We’ve waited this long what’s an 2 yrs. right…besides we all know anyway what it says or have an idea.

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  4. Patience is a real virtue.
    We got the Senate – that’s the big prize…judges last many years…andthe House can impeach all they want, Senate won’t convict.

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      • We all do, believe me, but we may never see it. Dan Bongino seems to think none of the politically-connected people will ever ultimately be held accountable – and I think he’s pretty “swamp-savvy”.

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