BREAKING: FBI Director Wray Read Nunes FISA Memo – House Intel Vote Later Today

FOX News’ Catherine Herridge announced on Monday that FBI Director Christopher Wray has read the explosive FISA memo detailing abuse of the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court this weekend.

Chad Pergram from FOX News tweeted: Colleague Catherine Herridge reports FBI Director Christopher Wray went to Capitol Hill Sunday to view the four-page memo on FISA abuses.

Jack Posobiec tweeted: (Related: ASTONISHING: Ex-Spy Chief Admits Role In ‘Deep State’ Intelligence War On Trump)

As reported earlier by Byron York the House Intelligence Committee scheduled a vote on Monday to release the explosive classified FISA Memo. (See: Sessions Focuses On Weed, While Hillary And The Deep State Face NOTHING)

Sean Hannity’s “Tick Tock…” tweet about the Monday vote:

The House Intelligence Committee vote is scheduled for 5 PM on Monday in the Capitol where Republicans hold a 13 to 9 majority. The committee will then wait for a decision from President Donald Trump on whether he supports the release of the classified memo on Deep State corruption in the Hillary Clinton and Trump Russia investigations.

The White House already announced they support the release of the memo.

The Department of Justice, one Trump has even referred to as the Deep State, wants to approve the memo before it is released. (See: Trump Did It — President Trump calls on ‘Deep State’ DOJ to go after…)

(Memo Details: Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein Ordered Surveillance of Trump Campaign Official)

Sara Carter announced on Sunday morning the memo could be released early this week, possibly Monday.

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See: BREAKING: Deputy director Andrew McCabe is out at the FBI

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