The Democrats are in panic mode after President Trump promised to declassify a damaging FBI document and release it to the public.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the current political climate in Washington.
All we have is hope," she said in a preview clip from Thursday's "Ellen" show. Obama's sit-down with host Ellen DeGeneres marks her first TV interview since leaving the White House last year.
President Trump is expected to declassify a controversial FBI memo that contains purported surveillance abuses committed by the FBI, sources tell Fox News.
The surveillance abuses include claims that the FBI and Department of Justice used illegal means to spy on a former Trump campaign official.
As a result of the impending leak of the document, special investigator Robert Mueller delayed the sentencing of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
The FBI is objecting to the release of the memo that outlines surveillance abuses by rogue FBI agents intent on impeaching President Trump.
In a last ditch effort to discredit the FBI document, Rep. Adam Schiff, Democrat-Calif., wrote that the letter was not “the same document” his committee approved.
In a tweet on Wednesday, Schiff accused Chairman Devin Nunes of making "material changes to the memo he sent to White House -- changes not approved by the Committee."
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is calling for Devin Nunes to be removed as the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the FBI asserted they had “grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy.”
But a source familiar with the memo told Fox News the edits included some grammar and clarity fixes, redacted classified information, as well as an edit done at the request of the FBI and another at the request of committee Democrats.
The White House is expected to release the damaging FBI memo on Friday.