President Trump on Sunday claimed newly released surveillance documents detailing the FBI’s suspicions of his former campaign adviser, Carter Page, “confirm with little doubt” that the agency “misled the courts” in obtaining a warrant to wiretap him. The documents, released late Saturday by The New York Times and other news organizations revealed that the FBI sought to wiretap Page because they believed he was the “subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian government.” While Trump apparently took that finding as proof of what he described as a “Witch Hunt Rigged” and “a Scam” on Twitter, they contradict how the large majority of observers interpret the facts. Even some Republican lawmakers saw the FISA documents as evidence the FBI did nothing wrong in wiretapping Page. Republican Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday told CNN the documents prove that the FBI had every reason to look into Page. “I don’t believe that them looking into Carter Page means they were spying on the campaign,” he said.