When President Trump checked in to Walter Reed Medical Center to receive treatment for the coronavirus Americans wondered if he could perform his duties as President.
The public got their answer to that question.
And while Donald Trump was in the hospital, this one phone call just changed everything.
President Trump’s top aides made it clear that while Donald Trump may have been in the hospital for the coronavirus he was more than capable of discharging his duties.
To that end, chief of staff Mark Meadows appeared on Fox and Friends and told the hosts that he spoke to President Trump and the President ordered Meadows to begin to declassify documents from the investigation into the Russian collusion hoax that could prove criminal conduct on the part of the Obama administration and the FBI.
“Obviously, this is an important day as the president continues to improve and is ready to get back to a normal work schedule. He’s already this morning — we’ve had a couple of discussions on items that he wants to get done,” Meadows explained. “Candidly, he’s already tasked me with getting some declassification rolling in a follow-up to some of the requests that Devin Nunes and others have made.”
The previous day, California Congressman Devin Nunes appeared on Fox News with host Maria Bartiromo and explained why it was so important that the President gets these documents out and to the public.
“The documents that are underlying that we now have seen — I’ve only seen a few of those — they’re definitely smoking guns. That information definitely needs to be made available to the American public. And, from what I understand, there’s even more underlying evidence that backs up what Director Ratcliffe put out,” Nunes told Bartiromo. “We want every damn bit of evidence that every intelligence agency has … [Danchenko] was interviewed three times. And in fact, he was even supposedly given a get-out-of-jail-free card because he testified. The American public needs to see the three reports that we know about at least from the Democrats’ Russian spy that they hired. So those are additional documents that we need to see.”
The Department of Justice released the documents about Igor Danchenko – the primary sub-source for the Christopher Steele Russia dossier – being under investigation for acting as an agent of Russian intelligence.
The next set of documents that Nunes wants to see released – and the President apparently ordered to be declassified – concerns the conduct of top intelligence community and FBI officials in how they conducted themselves during the Russian collusion witch hunt.
Nunes described these documents as “smoking guns” and releasing them could help United States Attorney John Durham build a criminal case against the rogues’ gallery of Deep State criminals that tried to fabricate a story about Russian collusion to manipulate the public into demanding President Trump be removed from office.
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