FOX NEWS FIRST: Carter Page speaks out on FISA memo exclusively; All eyes on Wall Street after record Dow drop
February 6, 2018 - Finding Carter
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Developing now, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018
- Former Trump debate confidant Carter Page, a executive figure in a controversial GOP notice memo, speaks out in disdainful talk with Laura Ingraham
- A Democratic come-back to a GOP notice memo could shortly be finished open as the House Intelligence Committee on Monday authorized a release
- Wall Street could be in for another pell-mell day after the Dow plunged a record 1,175 points, a misfortune day given 2011
- A sovereign decider then-candidate Donald Trump once indicted of being inequitable could confirm either he gets his limit wall, news says
THE LEAD STORY – FOX NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Former Trump debate confidant Carter Page, a executive figure in a GOP notice memo that influenced dispute in Capitol Hill a past few weeks, spoke out on a memo and a much-discredited Russia-Trump dossier in an disdainful talk with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham … Republicans on a House Intelligence Committee on Friday released a declassified memo indicted a Justice Department and FBI of abusing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) in sequence to view on Page in 2016. The memo, created by House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes, R-Calif., alleges a unverified anti-Trump dossier – saved by a Clinton debate and a DNC – was a pushing force behind a aver to control notice on Page. Democrats, however, have doubtful that anticipating and contend they have their own memo that contains additional justification opposite Page not contained in a dossier.
Page pronounced Friday a memo suggested “misdeeds opposite a Trump Movement.” In his talk with Ingraham on Monday, Page pronounced people within a Trump debate who had any remote ties to Russia were constantly targeted. “Anyone who had any tie or had ever finished any work, certain or otherwise, in Russia was constantly arrange of a series one aim for attack,” Page said. “So … we became a guilt flattering quick.”
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- Strassel: FBI knew Trump dossier author was unreliable though didn’t worry to let FISA justice know – why?
- Christopher Steele is no-show in London court in polite box over dossier
BATTLE OF THE MEMOS: Democrats’ come-back to the highly-publicized GOP memo that alleges supervision notice abuses by a FBI and Justice Department could shortly be finished public … The House Intelligence Committee on Monday authorized a recover of a Democrats’ chronicle of a notice memo. “We consider this will assistance surprise a open of a many distortions and inaccuracies in a infancy memo,” California Rep. Adam Schiff, a tip Democrat on a panel, told reporters. The opinion was unanimous, he said. Schiff pronounced Democrats have given a DOJ and a FBI a duplicate of their counter-memo and have asked them to tell them what redactions should be finished for inhabitant confidence reasons.
- Nunes sets sights on State Department next, says FISA memo usually ‘phase one’
- Mark Levin on FISA controversy: Obama approaching knew ‘Hillary Clinton paid for a warrant’
- Steve Bannon will decrease to appear before House Intel Committee notwithstanding subpoena, sources say
STOCK MARKET EBB AND FLOW?: Wall Street could be in for a hilly float Tuesday after the Dow plunged a record 1,175 points Monday amid flourishing acceleration fears … But there are signs of recovery: At 4:00 a.m. ET, Dow futures were adult 147 points, or 0.61 percent to 24,085. SP 500 futures were aloft by 26 points, or 0.98 percent during 2,633. Nasdaq futures incited aloft and are adult 67 points, or 1.04 percent during 6,497. The dump on Monday was thespian as a Dow fell as most as 1,597 points in afternoon trading, a largest intraday dump in history. The blue-chip index’s 4.6% decrease reflected a misfortune day given during slightest Aug. 10, 2011. Coming off a misfortune week in dual years, a Dow wiped out a 2018 gains.
- Stock market: There will be some-more destruction to come, economics highbrow says
- Stirewalt: Dow’s record dump puts vigour on GOP who touted batch marketplace surge
- Stock marketplace could dump by a third, economist warns
BORDERLINE IRONY: The sovereign decider who then-candidate Donald Trump once indicted of being inequitable opposite him since of his tough-on-immigration position could finish adult determining either a boss gets his long-promised limit wall ... U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel, whose relatives emigrated from Mexico, was pounded by Trump in 2016. Trump pronounced a decider hold “tremendous hostility” opposite him in a lawsuit involving Trump University since of Curiel’s Mexican descent. He afterwards doubled-down on successive comments to a Wall Street Journal, observant Curiel had “an comprehensive dispute of interest.” Curiel is now approaching to hear a box on Friday per a Trump administration’s ability to omit environmental laws in a construction of a wall along a U.S.-Mexico border, The Hill reported.
AS SEEN ON FOX NEWS
LOOK UP CORRUPTION IN A DICTIONARY …:“This is a clarification of supervision corruption.” – Gregg Jarrett, on “Hannity,” blasting a approach a sovereign supervision performed a FISA aver for a notice of onetime Trump debate confidant Carter Page. WATCH
POTENTIAL PROBLEM FOR THE SPY BEHIND THE DOSSIER: “If before he left MI6, he was an FBI asset… [he] has an huge problem on his hands.” – Judge Andrew Napolitano, on “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” saying London could prosecute former British view Christopher Steele for espionage if he was selected to minister intel to a American request while he was still an MI6 agent. Steele is pronounced to have gathered information for a Russia-Trump dossier. WATCH
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On Fox News:
Fox Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Rep. Jim Jordan on a latest conflict over a GOP FISA memo; FBN’s Stuart Varney provides discernment into a Monday’s dramatic drop in a Dow; Ohio Rep. Brad Wenstrup on how his voters are impacted by taxation reform; Breakfast with ‘Friends’: Voters conflict to President Trump’s Ohio visit; and country song star Eddie Montgomery performs.
The Story with Martha MacCallum, 7 p.m. ET: Exclusive: Rep. Trey Gowdy tells Martha since he is timid from Congress.
Tucker Carlson Tonight, 8 p.m. ET: A special news on Big Tech companies and since they are apropos too powerful.
Hannity, 9 p.m. ET: Newt Gingrich on a conflict of a supervision notice memos between Democrats and Republications and a implications.
The Ingraham Angle, 10 p.m. ET: More fallout from Laura’s disdainful talk with Carter Page.
Fox News @ Night, 11 p.m. ET: Rep. Todd Rikita on since a genocide of an NFL actor during a hands of an purported inebriated motorist who was apparently in a nation illegally should yield fuel for building a limit wall.
On Fox Business:
Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m. ET: Guests include: Joseph Amato, Neuberger Berman Group boss and arch investment officer; Dr. Tiffany Sizemore, cardiologist; Rep. Chuck Fleischmann; Hogan Gidley, White House emissary press secretary.
Varney Company, 9 a.m. ET: Ohio Rep. Jim Renacci, House Ways and Means Committee.
Countdown to a Closing Bell, 3 p.m. ET: Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab arch investment strategist; Sam Stovall, CFRA investigate arch investment strategist; Ward McCarthy, Jefferies arch financial economist.
On Fox News Radio:
The Fox News Rundown podcast: The Dow plummeted some-more than 1,100 points Monday, only as Americans were starting to see their salary boost from a taxation remodel bill. Fox Business’ Trish Regan explains how a dump has a intensity to be a good thing. MediaBuzz horde Howard Kurtz describes a attribute between a Trump White House and a press in his new book, “Media Madness.” Kurtz gives his thoughts on today’s news cycle and what it’s like to cover a Trump administration. Plus, explanation by Fox News writer Jessica Tarlov.
The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: Allen West, Mike Allen and Shannon Bream will take on a Democrats-GOP conflict of a FISA memos and either a supervision could close down again this week; Maria Bartiromo on a latest in Monday’s Dow dump and a implications for a market; Alexander Vershbow, for U.S. envoy to South Korea; discusses a Winter Olympics and intensity unfreeze in relations between North and South Korea.
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1911: Ronald Wilson Reagan, a 40th boss of a United States, is innate in Tampico, Ill.
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