DOJ Responds to Trump's Demand For Action on FBI 'Mole'

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"He was only there to spy for political reasons and to help roguish Hillary to win just like they did with Bernie Sanders, who was fooled!", - trump wrote on his Twitter page. "He doesn't want to hear these questions, if you don't mind".

The meeting, which was not on the White House's public schedule, occurred the day after Trump demanded an investigation over a government informant's meeting with several people connected with his campaign in 2016.

27 April 2018 Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives of the United States Congress officially announced the completion of the investigation of RF interference in the USA presidential election in 2016 and released a declassified version of the report.

Recall, may 17, 2017 U.S. Department of justice charged former FBI Director Robert Mueller to investigate the degree of intervention of Russian Federation in the U.S. presidential election and a possible agreement between the Kremlin and the trump (or any person representing his staff).

On Sunday, Trump demanded via tweet the Justice Department "look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for political Purposes".

The Justice Department agreed by expanding an open, internal investigation to determine whether there was any politically motivated surveillance.

Sanders said no White House staffers - including Kelly - will be present at Thursday's meeting.

Sanders said on Tuesday that no Democrats were attending the meeting because they had not asked to attend.

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"To my knowledge, the Democrats have not requested that information", she said.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes arrives for a classified members of Congress only briefing on election security on Capitol Hill, in Washington, D.C., on May 22, 2018.

At Trump's direction, the Justice Department this week asked its inspector general to review the use of Halper, though that did little to satisfy some members of Congress who want access to documents about him and his dealings with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The department said then that the White House had signed off on its letter, but Nunes wasn't satisfied, and continued to pressure DOJ officials.

The Justice Department's internal probe began in March at the request of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and congressional Republicans.

The document stated that it did not find evidence that the electoral headquarters of Donald trump had conspired with Moscow during the presidential campaign of 2016.

Former FBI Director James Comey later testified to Congress that internal reviews found no information to support the president's tweets.

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