The long awaited release of the controversial surveillance memo is about happen. On Monday the House Intelligence Committee voted to release the memo to the public.
The memo which has been trending online in places like twitter for some time now, contains evidence of government surveillance abuse.
California Rep. Adam Schiff, the number one Democrat on the committee referred to the release of the memo as a “very sad day.” Schiff said the motion passed on a party-line basis.
If President Trump would like to object to the release of the memo, he has five days to do so.