President Trump, in a Friday morning interview on “Fox & Friends,” said there would be “more to come” after the release of a trove of House Intelligence Committee transcripts — which showed Obama-era officials saying they had no “empirical evidence” of the Trump campaign conspiring with Russia to gain an edge in the 2016 election.
The Trump comments come after sources told Fox News on Thursday night that a further document release could take place in the coming days. Sources said the tranche of documents would be “a bombshell,” hinting that the documents would show high-level Obama administration involvement in the origin of the Russia investigation.
“There’s more to come from what I understand and they’re gonna be far greater than what you’ve seen so far,” Trump said Friday, before going on to hint that documents could relate to former President Barack Obama.
Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell visited the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday, and while details of that visit are not clear, two sources familiar with the trip said Grenell wants additional documents related to Russia to be released in the coming days. Grenell would not technically be the person eventually releasing the documents, but they could be released by another entity within the Trump administration.
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