The former Trump campaign adviser has been a target for the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The very end of the Nunes memo admits that it was former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, not the Steele Dossier, that launched a probe into the Trump campaign.
The memo has been released, and people have a lot to say about it.
Carter Page, an adviser to the Trump campaign, had multiple meetings with a Russian spy.
The Justice Department renewed a warrant to spy on Page.
Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Dianne Feinstein sent letters to Carter Page, Sam Clovis, Walid Phares and J.D. Gordon.
The former Trump campaign adviser's testimony raises questions about his contacts with Russian officials.
Page mentioned the interaction in a letter he wrote to the Senate Intelligence Committee, and accused investigators of “gangster tactics.”
The "dirty dossier" alleges that Page met with Kremlin insiders to discuss lifting sanctions on Russia.
Page is the only U.S. national the FBI is monitoring as part of its investigation into Russia election interference.
The Washington Post reported the bureau obtained a warrant targeting Carter Page's communications after convincing a judge there was probable cause to believe he was acting as an agent of Russia.