Democratic Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee said this in December, in a closed-door hearing of the House Judiciary Committee (on pages 66-67 of this transcript, released a few days ago):
I want to talk about the spring, summer, and autumn of 2016. Carter Page, at the time, was suspected of being a Russian asset; George Papadopoulos had told the Australian ambassador that Russians had Hillary emails; Paul Manafort had been named Trump campaign manager; Michael Flynn was Trump’s chief national security adviser and foreign policy adviser and, just yesterday, had a continuance in his sentencing. One thing that all of these persons had in common was that each was the subject of a FISA court investigation, which we now know, and all were directly connected to Trump.
Now it is public knowledge that as part of its Trump-Russia investigation, the FBI obtained a surveillance warrant on Carter Page from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA court); the warrant application was released in July. But my question is, is Congresswoman Jackson-Lee right that George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, and Michael Flynn were also subjects of FISA warrant applications?