The Intelligence Committee's conclusion is sure to please the White House and enrage Democrats on the panel.
Instead of standing up for the American people, the corporate-owned Democrats have strengthened the president.
The declassified memo counters GOP allegations that the FBI abused its surveillance powers in its investigation into Russian election interference.
The White House says the document contains “numerous properly classified and especially sensitive passages” and asks the intelligence committee to revise it with the help of the Justice Department.
The GOP memo, however, includes revelations that may complicate efforts by the president and his allies to undermine Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
The president declines to express confidence in Rod Rosenstein, but two White House sources say Trump is not planning to fire the deputy attorney general.
The attorney general breaks from prepared remarks in a speech on human trafficking to praise Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The memo, prepared by Republicans on the House intelligence committee, says there was "a troubling breakdown of legal processes" in the Russia investigation.
The bureau makes its first public comment about a four-page memo drafted by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee that is politically dividing Washington.