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MEMO

On drawings, abbr. for “memorandum.”
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Former FBI Director James Comey has been criticised in a Department of Justice report for the leak of memos on his interactions with President Trump.
'Is the state, Constitution, Pakistan Army and democracy so weak that they have been shaken by a memo?' Chief Justice Khosa questioned.
The versions of this memo that are publicly available are heavily redacted or unsigned.
New York [USA], April 27 ( ANI ): Former FBI director James Comey defends sharing memos of his conversation with United States President Donald Trump on Thursday, claiming the memos to be unclassified.
According to a memo in mid-February, Priebus requested that Comey and other senior FBI officials "publicly knock down media reports about communications between Donald Trump's associates and Russians known to U.S.
The Democratic memo says the information compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele into his infamous "dossier" of 17 raw intelligence reports didn't get to the FBI's counterintelligence team until the middle of September.
On June 12, 2011 the Supreme Court Commission released its findings and found that after testimony by all the parties and verifying the forensic results of Ijaz 's blackberry conversations with Haqqani was incontrovertibly established that he had written the memo and was being called back to Pakistan to face likely charges of treason.
The memo that the panel's Republicans released Friday claims that federal law enforcement officials abused their powers to spy on a former Trump campaign official.
WASHINGTON: Democratic and Republican lawmakers said Sunday that a GOP-produced congressional memo on FBI surveillance powers did not clear President Donald Trump in the Russia investigation and expressed hope that special counsel Robert Mueller's work would continue without interference.
At its heart, the four-page memo aims to discredit a dossier commissioned in 2016 of then-candidate Donald Trump and the alleged activities of him and his associates with Russia.
White House spokesman Raj Shah said he expected a decision to be made "pretty soon" on whether to halt the House intelligence committee from releasing the memo. The panel voted along party lines on Monday to release it, and Mr Trump now has five days to object.
California Rep. Adam Schiff (D) late Wednesday publicly accused House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) of sharing a "secretly altered" version of the Republican-crafted memo with President Donald Trump that alleged the corrosive abuse of the United States surveillance powers by the Justice Department, which the committee had approved for release.