DOJ Official Who Authorized Spy Warrants Against Trump Campaign Is Now A Spy Court Adviser

DOJ Official Who Authorized Spy Warrants Against Trump Campaign Is Now A Spy Court Adviser


The former Justice Department official who authorized the government’s spying campaign against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page joined the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court as an adviser this month, the Daily Caller reports.

Mary McCord not only supervised the FBI’s botched Crossfire Hurricane investigation into Trump’s potential ties with Russia through her position as assistant attorney general for national security, but she also personally evaluated the intelligence agency’s erroneous application authorizing them to spy on Page.

The court McCord joined as one of the eight amicus curiae beginning on April 15 is the same court that previously ruled that the FBI’s investigation into Page was illegally obtained and contained “violations of the government’s duty of candor in all four applications.”

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It was then that the FISC ordered the government to “temporarily retain, and potentially use and disclose, the information collected, largely in the context of ongoing or anticipated litigation” based on the 17 “significant inaccuracies and omissions” in the

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