Now, everyone has their own prosecutor. For the left, there is Robert Mueller. For the right, the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia. Which investigation will prove more potent and powerful?
According to GOP Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, a member of the House Oversight Committee, “The text messages that I’ve had the privilege of reviewing and some of the other correlating information” suggest that the Obama administration — and the president himself — were “involved in the whole narrative of investigating Donald Trump” during the election.
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In his interview with George Stephanopoulos, former FBI Director James Comey said that he chose to pre-empt Attorney General Loretta Lynch in announcing the results of the Bureau’s investigation of Hillary’s private email server. Continue reading…
If, according to the polls, Bill Clinton has had a rough ex-presidency, his wife is faring even worse in her almost-presidency.
Former FBI Director James Comey, in his infinite — and self-described — integrity and wisdom, has decided that his boss for much of his tenure, Obama administration Attorney General Loretta Lynch, was not sufficiently independent to be allowed to conduct the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of emails on her private server.
Having chased the phantom of Russian interference in the election and found nothing, special counsel Robert Mueller has morphed his inquiry into one probing obstruction of justice. And now, he has sought to mutate it again into an examination of the president’s sexual encounters.