Trump Reacts As Yates Admits She Wouldn’t Have Signed FISA App Based On What She Knows Now: “Treason!”

Former acting attorney general Sally Yates admitted on Wednesday that she wouldn’t have signed a FISA warrant application to spy on Carter Page if she had known what she knows now about the phony Steele Dossier, which was a key component used for the application.

Yates admission during her testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee is strikingly similar to remarks made by former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein during his testimony back in June.

When asked by Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) about whether she would have signed off on the applications knowing what she knows now, Yates answered she “would not sign anything I knew to include errors or omissions.”

“Do you agree with me [the Steele Dossier] did contain incorrect information?” Graham asked.

“I know that now based on the Horowitz report,” Yates replied.

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In response, law professor Jonathon Turley tweeted an article about a similar claim made by Rod Rosenstein during his testimony and connected it to the statement made by Yates.

Turley tweeted, “Sally Yates just testified that she would not have signed off on the surveillance of Carter Page if she knew what she knows now. That follows Rod Rosenstein saying the same thing. Sally Yates just testified that she would not have signed off on the surveillance of Carter Page if she knew what she knows now. That follows Rod Rosenstein saying the same thing.”

President Trump retweeted the revelation made by Turley and called out the Obama/Biden Administration for being involved in possible “treason” for their apparent involvement in the “Political Crime of the Century. See Below

Trump tweeted, “BIG NEWS! The Political Crime of the Century is unfolding. ObamaBiden illegally spied on the Trump Campaign, both before and after the election. Treason!”