White House: New Susan Rice Email 'Raises a Lot of Serious Questions'

Susan Rice Email Puts Obama in Crosshairs of Muellergate

Senators flag 'unusual' Susan Rice email on Russia probe from Inauguration Day

Senator Graham calls the email both odd and disturbing.

On the final day of the Obama administration, an email national security adviser Susan Rice sent to herself indicated there were discussions of withholding classified information on Russian Federation from the Trump administration, two Republican senators say. The meeting included FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Vice President Joe Biden, and Rice herself, according to the email.

Rice wrote that Obama had told Comey he was committed to ensuring "that every aspect of this issue is handled by the Intelligence and law enforcement communities 'by the book'". Lindsey Graham of SC said they discovered the "unusual email" Rice sent to herself on January 20, 2017. Pay close attention to the line of questioning. Grassley and Sen. Graham have raised.

For months, Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill have been pulling in opposite directions.

He said Rice wanted to make Obama appear to be "ignorant" of the "fray fomented by his administration to undermine the incoming president".

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The day following that January 5 meeting where the four leaders of the intelligence community-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, CIA Director John Brennan, NSA Director Adm. Mike Rogers and Comey-officially presented Obama with the Steele dossier, the same four briefed President-elect Trump at Trump Tower on the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections. It was paid for by 2016 Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, which she controlled.

The former national security adviser has until Thursday, February 22 to respond.

That insurance policy, appears to have been a reference to the FBI's investigation into Trump for alleged collusion with the Russian government.

The email stands in sharp contrast with public statements made by the former president, who claims to have not been involved in the FBI's investigations into Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

They also questioned Rice about surveillance tactics - including an FBI-requested warrant to wiretap Trump associate Carter Page.

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"6. Other than that email, did you document the January 5, 2017 meeting in any way, such as contemporaneous notes or a formal memo?"

During the meeting, did Mr. Comey or Ms. Yates mention potential press coverage of the Steele dossier? "If so, what did they say?" "During the meeting, did Mr. Comey describe the status of the FBI's relationship with Mr. [Christopher] Steele, or the basis for that status?" they asked.

You wrote that President Obama stressed that he was "not asking about, initiating or instructing anything from a law enforcement perspective".

The allegations stem from the memo released last week by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee, along with new accusations that the Obama State Department fed ex-British intelligence agent Christopher Steele information from Hillary Clinton associates, which he then used to reinforce the disputed dossier on Trump and Russian Federation that he provided to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. So in an effort to reconstruct history, she writes herself a memo: 'By the way, dear Susan Rice, don't forget that Barack Obama said "I want this done by the book". "If so, when did these occur, who participated, and what was discussed?"

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