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Another member of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia investigative team before questions about a possible bias after it emerged that they represent, ex-Obama aide Ben Rhodes and the Clinton Foundation.

Jeannie Rhee is the latest Müller lawyer facing charges with a left-leaning inclination, the critics say, in question the integrity of the independent counsel of the investigation.

Rhee is a former partner at WilmerHale—the high-profile law firm where Mueller worked before taking on the special counsel role. She is one of at least three lawyers, the Muller, followed by WilmerHale. In the case of the company, Rhee focuses on the representation of the people in government investigations, including white-collar criminal probes, and criminal and civil legal matters for fraud during her time at WilmerHale.

But this week, the details of Rhee client relationships emerged, revealing that she is Obama’s Deputy National security adviser Ben Rhodes represented during the House Select Committee on Benghazi, the investigation into the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack.

Rhee connection to Rhodes for the first time, was revealed on Fox News ‘ Laura Ingraham on Tuesday, where the primetime host cited it as further evidence that Müller will affect the team.

Jeannie Rhee, an investigator at Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the team, formerly a top-Obama-aide-de-camp and the Clinton Foundation represented.

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Also this week, it was reported that Rhee, the Clinton Foundation, represented in the year 2015 against an extortion lawsuit brought by conservative legal activist group Freedom Watch in 2015. Rhee, the former US Secretary of state Hillary Clinton noted in a legal dispute trying to access to your private E-Mails.

On the Müller-team, Rhee reportedly focuses on allegations that the President tried to obstruct justice and to push the former FBI Director, James Comey from the Russia-investigation at the beginning of this year.

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Rhee is married to the former Christopher Sclafani, took his wife’s last name, in the year 1995, after the two met at Yale University. Mr. Rhee, who is also a lawyer, has a history of collaboration with prominent Democrats, as a special assistant to then Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder, and as the Council for democratic sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., on the Senate judiciary Committee.

Mr Rhee is not responding to Fox News’ request for comment.

Apart from your personal and professional relationships with prominent political figures on the left, Rhee a history of large political donations to the Democrats. Rhee donated a total of $5.400 to Clinton in the year 2015 and 2016. Rhee also donated a combined $4,800 Obama in 2008, and the same amount again in the year 2011. Rhee has also contributed to smaller amounts of money, runs the Democratic National Committee and several Democrats for Congress.

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Rhee, too, was a U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, and worked under FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe, whose wife was given, the donations of the Clinton allies while running for Virginia state Senate.

Allegations of anti-Trump bias dogged Mueller’s team, although the special Council was appointed to five Senate positions are confirmed by four different presidents—two Republicans and two Democrats. Müller said that his life long Republicans, where he served as FBI Director for U.S. President George W. Bush.

Ministry of justice guidelines and Federal, prohibit law discriminatory on the Basis of political affiliation, when it comes to the setting for the non-political positions.

The Special Counsel’s office told Fox News they had no comment on the perceived orientation of the team, but noted, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein comments earlier this year.

“If there is a conflict, which arose because of the Director Mueller or anyone employed by Director Mueller, we have a process within the [Department of justice] to take care of it,” said Rosenstein on Fox News.

But the new Rhee details emerged this week after FBI officials Peter Strzok Russia probe was removed by Müller after the discovery of roughly 10,000 text messages, at least some of which were anti-Trump, he and another Ex-Mueller, investigator, Lisa page.

Strzok, had worked on an FBI counterintelligence agent, on the Mueller-probe, but was back in the FBI’s human resources division after the discovery of the anti-Trump texts with page, with whom he allegedly had an affair. Page was given to Mueller’s team, but back to the FBI over the summer.

Republicans in both chambers of Congress are calling for the disclosure of the news. Justice Department officials said the process of the read and the black of the texts weeks could commit, and that the more than 10,000 texts between Strzok and side extend over “several months.”

Fox News learned that Strzok monitored triggered the FBI’s interviews with Trump, National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, pleaded guilty last week to lying to FBI investigators in Russia probe. Strzok was also available, while the FBI was called in July 2016 interview with Hillary Clinton in the vicinity of the E-Mail investigation, shortly before then-FBI Director James Comey their actions “extremely reckless” without recommendation display criminal.

Also this week, Andrew Weissmann, a former associate at WilmerHale, praised then-on the basis of the acting Attorney General Sally Yates, after she was fired, the prohibition of President trump, for the rejection of the defence of his controversial trip.

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An E-Mail, obtained by the justice to See through a Federal lawsuit, it was revealed that on the night of Jan. 30, Weissmann wrote to Yates under the subject line “I’m so proud.”

Andrew Weissmann, an attorney for Miller’s team, praised the former acting Attorney General Sally Yates for the rejection of the campaign for President, Trump is controversial ban on travel.

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He continued, “And in awe. Thank you so very much. All my deepest respect.”

“Andrew Weisman, a key-Prosecutor Robert Mueller the team, praised Obama DOJ remnants of Sally Yates, after lawless President Trump,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton foiled said in a statement. “How much more evidence do we need that the Miller was irredeemably compromised by anti-Trump partisan?”

Weissmann also has a history of Democratic donations. He donated a combined $2,300 to Obama’s 2008 campaign. In the year 2006, Weissmann at least US $2,000 contributed, – to the Democratic National Committee.

Rhee, Weissmann, and at least six other attorneys on Müller’s team have donated to the Democratic candidates and the democratic party.

Fox News’ Jake Gibson and James Rosen contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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