Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page sat down with Townhall during the Conservative Political Action Conference to discuss his upcoming book on what he went through during the FBI's investigation into him.
Michael Horowitz, the Department of Justice's Inspector General, testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee the FISA applications the FBI used in their investigation into Trump campaign members, such as Page, were based on the debunked Steele Dossier.
"Nevertheless we found that investigators failed to meet their basic obligations of ensuring that the FISA applications were scrupulously accurate. We identified significant inaccuracies and omissions in each of the four applications, seven in the first and a total of 17 by the final renewal application," Horowitz said.
Page told Townhall that Horowitz's report is just the tip of the iceberg and more details on the the Department of Justice's misconduct will be revealed.
"There have been so many investigations, so many initial steps to uncover the wrongdoing. Unfortunately, it's been one half-truth after another and what we saw in the Inspector General report...was terrible wrongdoing against President Trump and going back to when he was a candidate," Page said.
"I am in the process of explaining the full truth about actually what happen," Page said about the Steele Dossier's role in the FBI's investigation.
Page said that the Inspector General's report was just an initial portrait and that there was more that needs to be released to the public.
"I want to help take the next step forward to show the explosive details which need to be exposed as soon as possible."
The book, being put forward by Regnery Publishing, will be released on August 4.