Notes released by Michael Sussmann’s attorneys reveal that the FBI held a meeting after President Trump revealed that he knew he was being spied on. The notes indicate that the FBI went to great lengths to cover up their spying on the President.
On March 4th, 2017, just six weeks after President Trump was inaugurated, he sent out a tweet revealing that he knew President Obama’s FBI was spying on him.
“Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” he said.
Two days later, Acting Attorney General Dana Boente and Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe held a panicked meeting to discuss President Trump’s tweet.
The Epoch Times Reports–
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“Things took a sudden and dramatic turn on March 4, 2017, when Trump wrote on Twitter that he knew that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower, a very public claim of spying that set off alarm bells with both FBI and DOJ leadership. Trump’s tweet so alarmed these DOJ and FBI officials that the topic dominated a meeting two days later that included FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and the acting U.S. attorney general, Dana Boente.
The problem for the FBI was this: They didn’t know how much Trump actually knew about their actions. Just a day earlier, on March 3, 2017, radio host Mark Levin had reported that the Obama administration had obtained Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants that involved Trump and several of his campaign advisers. ”
By March of 2017, the FBI already knew that much of the information provided to them about President Trump’s supposed ties to Russia was unreliable. They already had interviewed the primary source of the now infamous ‘Steele Dossier’, Igor Danchenko. Danchenko refuted virtually every claim made in the dossier.
The Durham probe continues to expose the FBI and Department of Justice as corrupt, partisan organizations.