Attorney General William Barr sent shockwaves through the swamp when he told Congress that he believes the Trump campaign was spied on.
Now former Special Counsel against Bill Clinton Ken Starr is suggesting Barr my have more damning dirt on Obama’s intelligence officials in their spygate scandal.
Politico reported that the nation’s top law enforcement official on Wednesday appeared to back up President Donald Trump’s assertion that the Justice Department “spied” on his presidential campaign — an explosive comment that heightened partisan tensions ahead of the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
During his second day of Capitol Hill testimony this week, Attorney General William Barr also suggested that the Justice Department was gearing up to investigate the genesis of the counterintelligence probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election — a key rallying cry for Trump and his congressional allies that comes amid the president’s consistent claims that the Mueller report exonerates him.
“Spying on a political campaign is a big deal,” Barr told members of a Senate Appropriations subcommittee during a hearing about the Justice Department’s budget. “I think spying did occur.
Former special counsel for Bill Clinton’s scandal, Ken Starr, appeared on Laura Ingraham’s show, where he said AG Barr must “know something,” that he doesn’t just “say things.”
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