Trump slams FBI, DOJ leadership ahead of expected GOP memo release

But the “Rank & File are great people," the president tweeted this morning.

The FBI declined to comment on this morning's tweet.

The memo accuses the Justice Department of acting inappropriately when it sought a surveillance warrant in October 2016 for a former Trump campaign adviser suspected of being a Russian agent, sources told ABC News.

Despite “grave concerns” expressed by the FBI, it will be up to the House Intelligence Committee to determine the exact timing of the release of the memo, administration and congressional sources said.Trump ignored questions from reporters Thursday about Director Wray’s concerns over the memo and whether the president trusted his judgment.

“There’s no FBI director that hasn’t faced undue political pressure,” Lankford added.

House rules do not clearly lay out how the memo would be made public but sources familiar with the process told ABC News they expect it to be released today after the committee receives notice from the White House. The memo could be entered into the Congressional Record when the House is back in session today at 4:30 p.m., barring any changes to the floor schedule.