If President Donald Trump authorizes the release of a House Republican-drafted memo alleging FBI misconduct, the action could undermine the government’s silence in some Freedom of Information Act cases.

House Intelligence Committee Republicans voted Monday to release the classified memo, which is reportedly based off classified material provided to the committee by the Justice Department. It’s expected to indicate DOJ officials improperly reauthorized a warrant application to spy on former Trump campaign associate Carter Page. The application reportedly referenced information from the now-infamous Trump Dossier.

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