Carter Page

The president walked back his previous declaration that the Justice Department should immediately declassify portions of the FISA application for Carter Page.
Trump's move will allow his allies on Capitol Hill and in the media to attack the ongoing special counsel investigation.
“That’s yourself, calling yourself an informal adviser to the Kremlin.”
“I don’t think they did anything wrong,” the GOP senator said of the wiretapping of Carter Page, a former Trump campaign aide.
The agency's wiretap applications reveal startling suspicions about the onetime Trump campaign adviser.
The attorney general pushed back after Trump called his actions "DISGRACEFUL!"
"Clearly, he has something to hide," Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says.
The public deserves a full picture for "informed debate," the Times argues in its request.
A 2013 letter unearthed by Time magazine appears to undercut GOP claims of FBI bias against the president.
Serious shade from the former secretary of state and Georgetown professor.
Limits to warrantless surveillance only apply when it's one of their own being targeted.
They want answers about the FBI spying on Carter Page — or they want Sessions gone.
In explosive testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, the Trump campaign’s foreign policy advisor Carter Page was forced to admit he did have contact with Russian government officials during two trips to Moscow.
Page met with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich during a trip to Moscow, while serving as a Trump campaign adviser.
Two revelations are fueling suspicions that Sessions wasn't forthcoming about the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
A former foreign policy adviser says his name might be linked to George Papadopoulos' messages.