“I have fully authorized the total declassification of all documents related to the largest political CRIME in American history, the Russian Farce. So is Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal, “Trump wrote on Twitter.
The announcement comes after U.S. National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe declassified documents that former CIA Director John Brennan briefed former President Barack Obama on a complaint that Hillary Clinton had ordered “a plan to campaign to provoke a scandal “about Donald Trump’s connection with Russia, writes nypost.com, quoted by Agerpres.
Ratcliffe spoke to Fox News about a set of undated Brennan notes in the briefing he presented to Obama.
In response, in an interview with CNN, John Brennan accused Ratcliffe of selectively declassifying documents in favor of Trump before the November 3 elections. In his opinion, this is a politically motivated approach.
“Those were my notes from 2016 when I briefed President Obama and the rest of the national security team on what the Russians were prepared to do and gave examples of the kind of access the American intelligence community had to Russian intelligence. and what the Russians were discussing and what they thought, “Brennan explained, according to quoted sources.
The former CIA director also said that he then informed Barack Obama that, according to the information obtained, the Russian security service considers that Hillary Clinton approved “a proposal by one of her foreign policy advisers to defame Trump by provoking a scandal that to claim interference by the Russian security service “, with the aim of” distracting the public from its use of a private e-mail server “during his time as secretary of security. state.
“If what the Russians notice is that Hillary was actually trying to reveal the links that were talked about between Trump and the Russians, if this information is correct and it’s a big deal, then there’s nothing illegal about it,” John Brennan concluded.