Just six days prior to Joe Biden’s inauguration date, President Donald Trump has reportedly declassified a massive trove of documents on “Obama-gate,” including documents relating to the surveillance of President Trump, his campaign and Christopher Steele’s debriefing report.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier made a brief announcement about Trump declassifying the documents during a news broadcast Thursday evening. The documents are reportedly expected to be released to the public by Friday, or on Monday.
In an interview with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs Thursday evening, Just The News editor John Solomon provided additional details, saying Trump has declassified a stack of documents more than a foot tall.
“These are the things that the FBI has tried to keep from the public for four years,” Solomon said.
Solomon explained what he thought was the most important document: Christopher Steele, in his debriefing with the FBI after he was fired for leaking, said, “The reason I leaked is because I needed to help Hillary Clinton cover up her email problem, so I leaked to turn the attention to Donald Trump.”
“The Russia collusion narrative was invented to protect Hillary Clinton from ongoing revelations about her email scandal. It was a political dirty trick,” Solomon said.
WATCH the breaking news interview below:
Obamagate Uncovered: @JSolomonReports says that sweeping declassification of Obamagate documents includes surveillance of President Trump, his campaign and Christopher Steele’s debriefing reports #MAGA #AmericaFirst #Dobbs pic.twitter.com/Ct7AghkNra
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) January 14, 2021
Solomon first announced the news in a personal podcast on Thursday. Listen. below:
Why Russia collusion probe information hasn’t be declassified yet | Just The News https://t.co/c5VhXdmMDR
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) January 14, 2021
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