Former Congressman Trey Gowdy, a Republican from South Carolina, says he's seen evidence with his own eyes that even opponents of President Trump will find "persuasive"-- if it's ever made public.
Gowdy says the information has to do with "exculpatory" evidence that the FBI improperly withheld from a court.
Exculpatory evidence is that which supports the notion that the accused is not guilty.
In an interview on Sunday, Gowdy said the FBI has a transcript of a conversation between former Trump adviser George Papaopoulous and an "informant" assigned to spy on him.
Gowdy was a member of the House Judiciary and Oversight committee that investigated the Justice Department and FBI actions during the 2016 campaign in which they surveilled or spied on Trump associates. Ultimately, the officials accused Trump of being a Russian agent. However, an exhaustive investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded no American conspired, colluded or coordinated with Russia.
Click the link below to read more about Gowdy's statements in the following article in Epoch Times.