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Exclusive Tucker Report: Carter Page Contacted Trump Campaign After FISA Warrant Was Granted

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Justin Caruso Contributor

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson revealed Friday that Carter Page sent emails to the Trump campaign after a FISA warrant was granted to spy on him.

WATCH:

“The question at this point is how many people in Trump’s orbit weren’t spied on by the FBI? Trump advisor Carter Page was placed under government surveillance in the fall of 2016 after the feds used uncorroborated claims from the Trump dossier to justify a FISA warrant,” Carlson said. “We know from congressional testimony that page spoke with Trump advisor, Trump campaign manager Steve Bannon while he was being spied on–meaning that Bannon was likely spied on, too.” (RELATED: Steele Dossier’s ‘Coincidences’ Keep Piling Up)

“Tonight, based on our own reporting, we can tell you that Carter Page also sent email messages to members of the Trump campaign during that same period. Presumably the FBI intercepted those as well,” The Daily Caller co-founder said.

“Suddenly it looks like the Obama administration may have spied on a significant portion of the Trump campaign team. Just how many people were surveilled and to what extent? How much did President Obama know about it? We still don’t have the answers to those questions, though we definitely have the right to them.” (RELATED: Jeffrey Toobin Mentioned The Time Trump Accused Obama Of Wiretapping Him And CNN New Days Hosts Immediately Changed The Topic)

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