REPORT: DOJ inspector general resolved ‘hang up’ on first Carter Page FISA application [VIDEO]

JUNE 14, 2019

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Fox News host Sean Hannity said the Justice Department inspector general’s investigation into alleged surveillance abuses may have hit a snag examining the first Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant against one-time Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

During his evening show on Thursday, Hannity explained how Inspector General Michael Horowitz worked around the issue, which was related to British ex-spy Christopher Steele and his dossier, and may have already submitted his report to the attorney general.

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“From my understanding, my sources, is inspector general Horowitz is probably likely done,” Hannity said, adding, “I’ve had some people saying, suggesting strongly they believe that the attorney general already has the inspector general’s report.”

He was interviewing the Hill’s John Solomon and credited memos obtained by conservative group Citizens United through open-records litigation and first reported by Solomon with aiding the watchdog investigation reach a breakthrough.

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