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Fox News analyst Gregg Jarrett said the way the federal government obtained the FISA warrant for the surveillance of onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page is the "definition of government corruption."

Jarrett said on "Hannity" that the unverified dossier compiled by former MI6 officer Christopher Steele and facilitated by opposition research firm Fusion GPS was used to obtain a warrant to surveil Page.

In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity described how a new memorandum points to the Clinton campaign's involvement with Steele and the Obama State Department.

Jarrett added that the FBI must identify a potential crime before pressing for such a warrant, and that "collusion" is not a crime.

He said the bureau must have "substantial articulable facts" and that an unverified dossier with such questionable parties being connected is not a document that would hold such facts.

"This is the definition of government corruption," Jarrett said of both his and Hannity's reporting.

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