House intel committee votes to release classified memo

 

A controversial classified memo reportedly detailing FBI surveillance abuses could soon be made public.

The House Intelligence Committee voted in favor of releasing the memo, which was penned by Republican chairman Devin Nunes.  

The president will make the final decision and has five days to consider the committee's vote. 

The memo reportedly outlines overreaches of a surveillance program used to gather intelligence on the Trump campaign in regards to the Russia investigation.

Do you expect to see anything in this memo that will change regulations when it comes to surveillance?  Is there any reason the president should not make this memo public? 

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