Fox News Tricks President Into Opposing His Own Bill

16 January, 2018, 01:05 | Author: Brenda Erickson
  • U.S. President Donald Trump greets Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway upon his arrival at the West Wing of the White House

Critics argue that the 702 program vacuums up the information of millions of USA citizens who communicate with those individuals, and that the US government should not be allowed to specifically search for that US person information or use it against Americans in court without a warrant.

The House voted Thursday to renew a controversial surveillance program that targets foreign terrorists but also sweeps up emails, texts and other electronic communication from an unknown number of Americans.

The bill still has to pass the upper chamber of Congress, where Republican Senator Rand Paul and Democratic Senator Ron Wyden are staunchly opposed. At 7:33 a.m. ET on Thursday, he wrote, "House votes on controversial FISA ACT today".

Napolitano claimed during the segment that Trump's "woes began" because the Obama administration supposedly conducted warrantless surveillance of the Trump campaign - although he presented no evidence to back up this claim. To ensure a smoother ride, Senate majority whip John Cornyn (R-TX) suggested that the House bill might get attached to the omnibus spending bill that will need to get approved by January 19th to avoid a shutdown, which is coincidentally the same date as the expiration of 702's current authorization.

Paul also promptly responded with a press release, immediately announcing his intention to filibuster long-term reauthorization in the Senate.

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Sanders' assertion came despite the President's two early morning missives sending Washington into 101 minutes of chaos, with lawmakers scrambling to confirm Trump's position on the legislation and even prompting a call to the President on the matter from House Speaker Paul Ryan.

House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., blasted Trump's earlier tweet as "truly incredible", highlighting the disconnect with his own White House team. But less than two hours later, the president appeared to reverse himself, telling lawmakers to "Get smart!" But she added, "The president doesn't believe Americans' rights or liberties should be abused, but he certainly believes Americans should be protected". This bill doesn't just renew Section 702 for six years; it also codifies permission for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to access and use data secretly collected by Americans for a host of criminal cases that have nothing to do with protecting America from foreign threats.

On Tuesday, the White House issued a statement of support for the bill, saying that Section 702 "is vital to keeping the nation safe" and that reauthorizing the bill before its expiration "is a top priority of the administration". That's the second tweet the president sent from his Twitter account, the individual said.

The legislation still has to go through the Senate.



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