Former adviser to trump Carter Paige denies that he is an agent of the Kremlin

The U.S. Department of justice has published details of a secret listening former adviser to Donald trump — Carter Paige. Published documents has caused an international outcry and became the scandal of the week. From the records of the FBI , it follows that Paige tried to recruit a Russian special services.

47-year-old Carter Paige, participating in the election campaign trump accused the FBI, in cooperation with senior officials of the Russian Federation. During the presidential race of 2016 Paige visited Russia and fell under the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act — the act of covert surveillance of foreign intelligence).

Donald trump has already accused the FBI of illegally tracking his team:

Congratulations to @JudicialWatch and @TomFitton on being successful in getting the Carter Page FISA documents. As usual they are ridiculously heavily redacted but confirm with little doubt that the Department of “Justice” and the FBI misled the courts. Witch Hunt is Rigged, a Scam!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 22, 2018

«I congratulate Judicial Watch and Tom Fitton with the fact that they were able to obtain FISA data about Carter Page. They are, as always, badly edited, but acknowledge that the so-called Ministry of justice and the FBI have entered the courts astray. Witch hunt, a fraud!»

Himself Paige gave detailed comments about what is happening in an interview with CNN. He dismissed all charges of working for foreign intelligence agencies and negotiating with Russian officials during an election campaign trump.

Information about the tapping part was published in February 2018, and the FBI had already proven that her permit was obtained without disturbances.

Surveillance Paige had been carried out since 2013, when he was in Moscow did business and cooperated with Russian officials. In 2016 he was charged in connection with Russian policies in the context of RF interference in the U.S. presidential election.

For 40 years, the FISA is the first case when data security services was published in full.