Carter Page says he's never met Trump

Carter Page says he's never met Trump

Carter Page says he's never met Trump

Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page says in a newly resurfaced video that he attended "a number of meetings" with President TrumpDonald John TrumpSchiff: Nunes gave Trump "secretly altered" version of memo Davis: "Deep state" existed in '16 - but it elected Trump Former Trump legal spokesman to testify to Mueller about undisclosed call: report MORE.

Stephanopoulos pointed out that Page's surveillance warrant was renewed "at least three times by people who worked for President Trump".

"I never spoke with him since".

The New York Times is asking the federal court that authorizes surveillance for U.S. intelligence agencies to unseal documents related to the monitoring of Carter Page, the former Trump campaign adviser who's scheduled as an exclusive guest Monday evening on a Fox News program.

The speech was aired live by Kremlin-connected Russia Today.

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But that seems at odds with what Page told a reporter during a question-and-answer session after a speech he gave in Moscow in December 2016. "On the one hand, at one point you say you're an adviser to the Kremlin". "In terms of actual briefings that's not something I like to talk about".

On Tuesday, he appeared on ABC's Good Morning America to discuss the controversial memo compiled for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), which purported to reveal Page's improper surveillance.

Asked about being under the FBI's radar after being part of a Russian recruitment effort in 2013, Page said he was helping the bureau.

It says the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice misled a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court in seeking a warrant to spy on Page by including information contained in a controversial document compiled by British former intel agent Christopher Steele.

"It sounds a lot worse than reality, but that's reality", Page said during the interview. And he actually said he was a very low-level member of I think a committee for a short period of time. Stephanopoulos confronted Page with his own claim to have served as an adviser to the Russian government.

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