The Post writes, "Comey has declined to discuss the details of the Russia probe, but in an appearance last month, he cited the process for getting FISA warrants as proof that the government’s surveillance powers are very carefully used, with significant oversight. 'It is a pain in the neck to get permission to conduct electronic surveillance in the United States. And that’s good,' he told an audience at the University of Texas in Austin."
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