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FBI Notified Sessions He Wasn’t Required to Disclose Foreign Contacts While Senator

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before Congress about contacts between Trump’s campaign and Russia.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI informed an aide to Attorney General Jeff Sessions that he was not required to disclose foreign contacts while he was performing government duties when he was a senator, according to a newly released document first reported by CNN

The document bolsters the Justice Department’s explanation for why Sessions did not disclose his contacts with a Russian ambassador on security clearance forms. 

An unidentified FBI agent informed Sessions’ aide in an email that “he was not required to list foreign government contacts while in official government business unless he developed personal relationships from such contacts.”

Sessions failed to disclose his meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak on his security clearance application form.


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