The memo released Friday that was written at the direction of the House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said the government began eavesdropping on Page in October 2016 and extended the surveillance three times.
"But you could understand how that could raise questions and could lead to probable cause", Stephanopoulos said.
He is a former adviser to the Trump campaign, but his role has been minimized by those that worked on the campaign.
It seems reasonable the Federal Bureau of Investigation would be curious about whether a Trump campaign official who previously advised the Kremlin, was recruited by an alleged Russian intelligence agent, and traveled to Moscow during the campaign might still be working on behalf of the Kremlin.
Page, a U.S. Naval Academy graduate who had years of experience as an energy consultant in Russian Federation, joined the Trump campaign as a foreign policy advisor.
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The FBI and DOJ also didn't disclose to the FISA court that Steele had been paid by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, and that he was fiercely opposed to Trump, making the information provided highly questionable.
Page said he never met Sechen, and said the "19 percent stake" in the company he was reportedly offered would've added up to a ridiculous amount of money for a man in his position. I think he is an idiot and forgot who I am. Podobnyy and one of the Russians had diplomatic immunity and left the U.S. The third Russian was arrested and eventually expelled from the U.S.in April 2017. Stephanopoulos confronted Page with his own claim to have served as an adviser to the Russian government. McClatchy reported previous year that in 2008, the U.S. Embassy in Turkmenistan sent a cable to the U.S. State Department describing how Page had met with government officials in the country, which was formerly part of the Soviet Union, about possibly working for their oil companies.
The editor said that Page's views on Russian Federation were notably different from other scholars.
After a woman asked him why his Wikipedia page claims he'd never talked to Trump, Page replied: "I made a commitment not to talk about the internal work that I did at the campaign". "He struck me just as someone who had developed some unusual academic views ... and wanted to have them published", the editor says. I will feed him empty promises.