The Wall Street Journal: Partisan battle reignites after release of Carter Page FISA warrants

WASHINGTON — The weekend release of top-secret surveillance warrants has reignited partisan skirmishes over whether the Justice Department was justified in monitoring a former Trump campaign adviser.

President Donald Trump said on Twitter Sunday that the warrant applications make it look “more & more likely” his campaign was “illegally being spied upon.”

Democrats countered that the heavily redacted records actually show the Justice Department had acted properly in investigating and documenting the need to spy on Carter Page, the former Trump adviser. “Those applications set out in some detail, a lot of which unfortunately is redacted, just why the FBI was so concerned that Carter Page might be acting as an agent of a foreign power,” Rep.

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