U.S. attorney General William Barr wants to go to the origins of Russia of inquiry of the Federal police FBI against the election campaign of the camp of Donald Trump. At a hearing before Congress, Barr said Wednesday that he believes the FBI may have spied on the Trump camp. "I think that espionage has taken place."
The question was whether this was sufficient reasons. The need to investigate, and for that, he'll put a Team together. Barr added that this was tantamount to an investigation of the FBI. Later, he clarified that he does not want to say that improper Monitoring had taken place. He was concerned about this and it wanted to look at.
The FBI had begun in the summer of 2016 an investigation into possible collusion of trump's choice of battle camp with Russia. The Federal police obtained court permission to Monitor the former Trump adviser to Carter Page, and on the grounds that Page had been targeted by the Russian government enlisted. The investigation was later taken over by the special investigator, Robert Mueller, has completed his work recently.More about
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Trump has repeatedly committed itself to take the origins of the FBI investigation under the microscope. On Wednesday, he said that it was an "attempted Coup" to force him from office. (dpa)