The day and decision has finally come for the declassified “Nunes Memo”, that has the media buzzing. Word from Washington is that the president has reviewed the controversial document and according to sources from the White House, Trump has sent it back to the committee for release on Friday.

Hillary Clinton is losing it by now and according to Breitbart check this out:

Reporters questioned the president after Democrats protested the release of the memo, but neither he nor his chief of staff John Kelly would respond to questions about whether the White House would allow its public release.

Trump is currently in West Virginia to deliver a scheduled speech to a meeting of House and Senate Republicans.

White House officials confirmed to Breitbart News that Trump will likely declassify the memo on Friday, despite a few technical edits made by House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer responded by demanding Speaker Paul Ryan remove Nunes as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, accusing him of “dangerous partisanship.”

Here’s more from Fox News:

Yet, in a rare and surprising rebuke, an FBI statement was released on Wednesday asserting they had “grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy.”

A source familiar with the memo said the edits included some addressing grammar and clarity, as well as an edit done at the request of the FBI and another at the request of committee Democrats. The source challenged Schiff’s claims, saying the edits were made before the memo went to the White House.

The document purportedly is critical of the FBI’s use of surveillance during the 2016 presidential campaign. White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said Thursday that Trump “has read the memo.”

Next steps are not yet clear, but the president may transmit the letter back to the committee with a declaration that it has been declassified. The committee would then release the memo.

Under official rules, the committee is technically able to release such information after a five-day period unless the president objects. The committee formally started that clock with a vote this past Monday.

Tomorrow is the day that the truth will come to light. The American public will finally know about the FISA abuse from the Obama administration and we’ll likely see the aftermath and fallout from the situation. Hillary, Obama and Mueller will have some explaining to do and this could possibly lead to an indictment.

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