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New allegations of bias on the part of dog Müller Russia-probe

A key member of the special counsel, Robert Müller Russia probe shown Hillary Clinton is a case assistant in the E-Mail. Plus, a top DOJ official demoted amid probe contacts with trump-dossier. #Tucker

More Clinton connections formed have created for the members of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller investigative team, amid growing Republican complaints about a possible bias in the office, to an independent probe.

On Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Mueller investigator Andrew Weissmann, a former partner at WilmerHale, attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party last November in the Javits Center in New York City. Fox News reported earlier this week, to defend Weissmann in January, also praised the outgoing acting Attorney General Sally Yates, after she was fired for refusing President Trump ban on travel.

Andrew Weissmann, according to reports in the election-night party attended the Hillary Clinton in November 2016. He has thousands of dollars donated to former President Barack Obama’s campaign and the DNC.


Meanwhile, at least two Müller investigators past legal work for the Clinton-linked characters is getting a second look as a Republican hunt for signs of bias.

Aaron Zebley, a former partner at WilmerHale and former chief of staff to Mueller, as he served as FBI Director, represented by Justin Cooper, a key figure in the Hillary Clinton E-Mail controversy.

Cooper, the longtime Bill Clinton aide is responsible for helping set up the now-infamous private E-Mail server. Cooper later admitted to “two cases, in which he destroyed [Hillary] Clinton’s old mobile devices break you in half or hit them with a hammer.”

Aaron Zebley, a Miller investigator, played by Justin Cooper. Cooper has been a long-standing – Bill Clinton aide, Hillary Clinton’s private E-Mail server.


Jeannie Rhee, a former partner at WilmerHale, represented ex-Obama National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes, the Clinton Foundation, in 2015, the extortion case, and Hillary Clinton has to try in a dispute, access to your private E-Mails.


“You have followed Donald Trump, the Hillary Clinton fan club-this is unfair,” Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., a member of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News on Friday. “Many members of the Mueller team donated to the Clinton campaign. We have many highly-qualified prosecutors in the Ministry of justice and we could have found a few of them, not donate to both candidates. But this did not occur, and that is troubling.”

‘[Y]ou could start to see a real death spiral in terms of any state support for the investigation.’

– former justice Department official James Loyal

Political contributions are well known, since the start of the Müller-probe. At least seven of Müller investigators is donated to the Russia-interference case to the Democratic candidates and the Democratic National Committee.

Weissmann donated together a total of $2,300 to the Obama campaign in 2008 and at least $2,000 to the DNC in 2006. Rhee donated a total of $5.400 to Hillary Clinton in the years 2015 and 2016 and a combined $4,800 former President Barack Obama in 2008 and 2011.


Zebley has no history of political donations, or not belonging to a political party.

Neither political contributions nor past legal work alone is proof that an investigator is biased or not able to work, a case lens. But the revelation last weekend that the other investigators, Peter Strzok, was removed from the Russia of the probe over anti-Trump lyrics critics, a closer look at each organic.

“Müller has no choice lawyers had with donations, or even represent, the Democratic candidate, but the partisan connections are becoming clearer, there is an appearance of bias have been avoided,” former high-ranking justice Department official James Trusty, who served under Bush and Obama administrations, told Fox News on Friday.

“Add an investigator-in-charge with 10,000 text affair with a dubious selection for the team (in terms of litigation experience) and you might begin to see a real death spiral in terms of any state support for the investigation,” Trusty added to an E-Mail to Fox News.

That was a reference to Strzok anti-Trump-text messages with a former Müller-investigators, Lisa page, with whom he was romantically involved.

Peter Strzok team was far from Muller’s after the discovery of the anti-Trump-text-messages he exchanged with other former Müller-investigators.

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Strzok, was an FBI counterintelligence agent assigned to the FBI’s human resources division after the discovery of the texts. Page was short on Müller’s team but to the FBI over the summer. The two exchanged more than 10,000 text messages, Fox News reported.

Strzok has been on a variety of important developments in the Clinton and Russia-probes. He was present during the FBI-July 2016 interview with Hillary Clinton in the vicinity of the E-Mail investigation, shortly before then-FBI Director James Comey called their actions “extremely reckless” with no recommendation of criminal charges.

Strzok also oversaw the FBI’s interviews with Trump fired, the National security Advisor, Michael Flynn, pleaded guilty last week to lying to FBI investigators in Russia probe.

To increase Trump tried allies routinely bias concerns about Müller ‘ s to discredit the team, the Russia investigation.

The special counsel’s office, told Fox News this week, that they pointed no comment on such allegations, however, 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.

The special Council has been 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, such as the FBI and the justice Department.


A spokesman for the special counsel, told Fox News on Friday Weissmann is still a member of the Mueller team.

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

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