During Senate testimony, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein admitted that he didn’t read every page of the FISA warrant for surveillance on Trump campaign aide Carter Page in 2016.
Rosenstein said he did review the document, which was a reauthorization of the original warrant, but was “not sure he read every page.”
The former official said he did not know when he signed the FISA renewal that exculpatory material was omitted from the Steele dossier or that it had been discredited.
He also said he was unaware at the time that the Democrat National Committee had paid for it to be compiled.
Rosenstein said he would not have signed the application if he knew then what he knows now.
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