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President Donald Trump is expected to green light the release of an explosive classified memo despite the 'grave concerns' raised by the FBI and complaints from the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee.

Trump will take the action 'probably tomorrow,' said a senior administration official traveling with the president and reporters to West Virginia, where Trump was cheered by Republican lawmakers at their annual retreat Thursday. 

'The president is ok with it,' said the official. 'I doubt there will be any redactions. It's in Congress' hands after that.' The official also cast aside pleas by the FBI and some senior Justice Department officials who raised concerns the memo's release could reveal information about U.S. information gathering.

The president has reviewed the memo, and the White House made the decision after concluding, despite agency pleas, that it 'doesn't give away too much in terms of classification.' 

Devin Nunes

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Trump will declassify Nunes memo despite FBI 'concerns' | Daily Mail Online
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