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For weeks, it’s been speculated the long-awaited review of alleged surveillance abuses by the Department of Justice and the FBI during the investigation into Russia’s purported meddling in the 2016 presidential election could drop any day.

It’s still not here.

The article goes on to state the following:

For more than a year and a half, Inspector General Michael Horowitz has been investigating alleged misconduct related to the FISA warrants delivered by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC). The Justice Department and FBI obtained warrants in 2016 to surveil Trump adviser Carter Page. It is unclear, at this point, if Page was the only Trump official that the DOJ obtained a FISA warrant against.

The report notes that public release of the FISA review was expected just any day, after Horowitz submitted a draft of his report to Attorney General Bill Barr last month. But last week an official at the Justice Department said the report is still being declassified.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has vowed that as soon as Horowitz is finished with his review, “we’ll have a hearing in public with Horowitz and we’ll call a bunch of witnesses.”

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