A memo said to provide hard evidence senior FBI and Department of Justice officials made politically motivated decisions and described as “alarming” by Republicans has yet to be shared with the FBI by the head of the House Intelligence Committee .
“The FBI has requested to receive a copy of the memo in order to evaluate the information and take appropriate steps if necessary. To date, the request has been declined,” Andrew Ames said in a statement.
The memo, produced by Chairman Devin Nunes and his staff, created buzz last week among the scores of House Republicans who viewed the classified report detailing alleged surveillance abuses.
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