A report shows that documents related to CrossFire Hurricane were declassified by the Trump administration before January 19, 2021.
The Trump campaign was spied on by the Deep State, the Obama administration, and the Clinton campaign, as shown by these papers. Many now think the FBI’s raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago compound was an effort by the Deep States to recover evidence of their eavesdropping on the president.
The declassification letter from President Trump starts with a statement asserting his authority as President of the United States.
The first part is the declassification and release process. The Department of Justice (DOJ) gave the White House a binder of materials about the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation on December 30, 2020, as he had asked.
Some documents in the binder were still classified and had not yet been made available to Congress or the public. Trump requested the documents for a declassification review and to determine which materials in the binder should be published in unclassified form.
Trump criticized the Deep State and the FBI for preventing the public from seeing CrossFire Hurricane documents’ findings. Trump stated in his declassification letter that the Federal Bureau of Investigation objected to additional declassification of the documents contained in the binder and noted the passages that it believed were important to keep from public disclosure after an evaluation involving the Intelligence Community.
According to the Durham Report, the CIA was aware of the fabrication by the Clinton campaign that then-candidate Trump was working in collusion with Russia.
Then-CIA Director John Brennan informed then-President Obama about the Clinton campaign’s efforts to compile a phony Russian Dossier to use against Trump.
The intelligence included alleged authorization by Hillary Clinton on the 26th of July 2016 of an idea from a member of her foreign affairs experts to discredit Donald Trump by brewing up a scandal asserting influence by Russian security services, which was subsequently briefed to President Obama along with other national security officials, as documented by CIA Director Brennan in handwritten notes.